From live trace illustrator to photoshop crates a stroke around each shape

Community Beginner ,
Jun 30, 2021 Jun 30, 2021

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As the title describes, I've created a graphic in illustrator by live tracing and then copied and pasted it into photoshop. When doing this it creates a stroke around each shape when zoomed in. This isn't there in illustrator. What is happening here and can I rectify this issue?

 

Many thanks in advance

 

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This is the stroke around each vector shape that appears in photoshop when pasted

 

The below is what it looks like in illustrator with no stroke. There isn't a stroke applied

garethw46570599_1-1625053776497.png

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 30, 2021 Jun 30, 2021
You appear to be mistaken – no stroke, but anti-aliasing.  So you can either disable the Anti-aliasing or change the Image Trace settings (»Overlapping«). 

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You appear to be mistaken – no stroke, but anti-aliasing. 

So you can either disable the Anti-aliasing or change the Image Trace settings (»Overlapping«). 

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Wow, thank you so much, that is so helpful. I didn't know this existed lol

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