Line appears between mirror images

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Mar 21, 2021 Mar 21, 2021

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When I create a mirror image, a fine line appears between the images.  How do I get rid of it?  

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 22, 2021 Mar 22, 2021
If you view at 100% or higher magnification and there is still a line, it will most likely be due to anti-aliasing on the layer edge. If this is the case, it can be dealt with fairly easily, however, I'm guessing it disappears at different zoom levels.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 21, 2021 Mar 21, 2021

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There does appear to be a problem with your screen shot.  Have you tried saving and opening in another app to see if the line is still there?  We'd need to see a full res screen shot of your workspace showing layers and paths panels to have better chance of telling you what is going on.

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Mar 21, 2021 Mar 21, 2021

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Lines often show between layers, that are just screen artifacts. If you flatten or create a merged copy of the layers, most often, they will not be there.

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Mar 21, 2021 Mar 21, 2021

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My $0.02. Judge in 100% view.

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Mar 22, 2021 Mar 22, 2021

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Excellent point Bojan.  It usually does come down to that.

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If you view at 100% or higher magnification and there is still a line, it will most likely be due to anti-aliasing on the layer edge. If this is the case, it can be dealt with fairly easily, however, I'm guessing it disappears at different zoom levels.

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I'm really new at this and I don't know how to flatten or what anti-aliasing is.  I have tried "snap to" all and the images will snap to everything but each other.  I have merged the images and the line is still there.  I need the final product to be of at least 300 dpi.

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Thank you.  I turned off antialiasing in windows and then merged my images and the line went away.

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