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Pixelated / Jagged edge Vector Objects

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Currently experiencing jagged/pixelated edges on some vector objects in Illustrator. Not sure how to fix this issue, have googled and read many suggested solutions on the Adobe help forum but nothing is working. Is it my Macbook or Illustrator acting up? Anybody else that have come across this issue? Zoomed in screenshot of the jagged edges attached.Screenshot 2020-05-15 at 09.17.59.png

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Pixelated / Jagged edge Vector Objects

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Currently experiencing jagged/pixelated edges on some vector objects in Illustrator. Not sure how to fix this issue, have googled and read many suggested solutions on the Adobe help forum but nothing is working. Is it my Macbook or Illustrator acting up? Anybody else that have come across this issue? Zoomed in screenshot of the jagged edges attached.Screenshot 2020-05-15 at 09.17.59.png

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Hi, 

Please trey following method mention at below links, it may help you

 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/illustrator/jagged-edges-on-all-vector-paths-in-illustrator-cc2015/td...

 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/illustrator/illustrator-edges-look-jagged/td-p/9152825?page=1

 

Let us know if these solutions help you.

Thanks

 

 

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Melissa,

 

As far as I can see, you are simply looking at the pixels on your monitor, more noticeable at certain angles of the edges.

 

The two possible cures are to abstain from zooming (so far) in, or to use a monitor with a higher resolution (sorry, it was stronger than I).

 

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