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When I create a new document, there is a extra hairline on the canvas. How do I get rid of it?

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Hello! It seems whenever I create a new artboard, on the bottom and right side, there is an extra white hairline. However I can only see it if I zoom in on the canvas. Just to confirm that there is an extra line, I created a simple black background at the same size of the artboard. I centered it and I zoomed in on the screenshots that I provided. Any ideas if this is not part of the canvas or is it a Illustrator bug? I have a project that I am currently working on and it specifficaly says no extra pixils on any side. Unforutnality the artboard is creating it automatically.

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Correct answer by Ton Frederiks | Adobe Community Professional

I never noticed it, but it seems to have done that since many versions (I checked CS6 and CC versions).

The white line appears at zoom levels above 1100/1200%

If it bothers you, you can mention it here:

https://illustrator.uservoice.com

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When I create a new document, there is a extra hairline on the canvas. How do I get rid of it?

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Hello! It seems whenever I create a new artboard, on the bottom and right side, there is an extra white hairline. However I can only see it if I zoom in on the canvas. Just to confirm that there is an extra line, I created a simple black background at the same size of the artboard. I centered it and I zoomed in on the screenshots that I provided. Any ideas if this is not part of the canvas or is it a Illustrator bug? I have a project that I am currently working on and it specifficaly says no extra pixils on any side. Unforutnality the artboard is creating it automatically.

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Correct answer by Ton Frederiks | Adobe Community Professional

I never noticed it, but it seems to have done that since many versions (I checked CS6 and CC versions).

The white line appears at zoom levels above 1100/1200%

If it bothers you, you can mention it here:

https://illustrator.uservoice.com

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Are both the Artboard size and position kept at/within integer pixel values (you can use one of the corner Rreference Points in the Transform palette and check that all the values X, Y, W, and H are integer/whole numbers in pixels/points)? Otherwise try to make them.

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I never noticed it, but it seems to have done that since many versions (I checked CS6 and CC versions).

The white line appears at zoom levels above 1100/1200%

If it bothers you, you can mention it here:

https://illustrator.uservoice.com

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