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PDF shows an area with more opacity than it should

Explorer ,
Jul 04, 2021 Jul 04, 2021

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Hi,

So I am working an illustrator file. The background is an image set to 18% of its original opacity.

When I export the file to PDF, there is a rectangular area where the background appears as if it had more opacity than the rest of the pdf.

This only happens when I open it in my cellphone or a browser, because when I open the pdf with Acrobat, it is just fine.

Please help! I need to send this to a client

thanks!!

 

 

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Draw and design, Import and export, Print and publish

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Explorer , Jul 12, 2021 Jul 12, 2021
Yes, it is a simple vector graphic.Actually, I sorted it out. This logo of a sheep and a beacon was a subgroup inside a bigger group. So I tried ungrouping everything and it worked! I no longer have the problem.thankyou anyways for your help and your interest

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 04, 2021 Jul 04, 2021

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Other PDF viewers than Acrobat are not reliable. Especially with transparency.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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It's appearing only in the area where the green portion of the beaker graphic is. What sort of graphic is it and how is it applied? Transparency effects? etc.

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Yes, it is a simple vector graphic.

Actually, I sorted it out. This logo of a sheep and a beacon was a subgroup inside a bigger group. So I tried ungrouping everything and it worked! I no longer have the problem.

thankyou anyways for your help and your interest

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