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please help, how do I remove random black lines that are showing on all bounding boxes

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May 29, 2020

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 I have hidden all options in "view" but there are still random lines that show up around the edges of bounding boxes. I cannot remove them. If I move the text or image, the lines go with them. The lines are all the same size and are in line the same way.

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Can you check (with an object selected) in the Appearance panel if the Crop Marks effect is applied?

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please help, how do I remove random black lines that are showing on all bounding boxes

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 I have hidden all options in "view" but there are still random lines that show up around the edges of bounding boxes. I cannot remove them. If I move the text or image, the lines go with them. The lines are all the same size and are in line the same way.

blacklines(1).JPG

 

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Correct answer by Ton Frederiks | Adobe Community Professional

Can you check (with an object selected) in the Appearance panel if the Crop Marks effect is applied?

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They look like Trim Marks from placed items. Can you show the Layer panel with the contents shown?

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Here is the project with the layer pannel. I have circled the lines in red.

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Can you check (with an object selected) in the Appearance panel if the Crop Marks effect is applied?

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Thanks Ton, I couldn't remember exactly how to apply them.

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THANK YOU so much, I dont know why they were applied but they are now gone.

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Good to hear that solved it.

First I thought it was the Mondrian effect, but Larry gave me the idea for the Crop Marks effect 🙂

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