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For illustration. I have a blue square, over it the same yellow square, so blue can not be seen (so it's off), and the green circle is above. Clipp both squares with a circle. On the left yellow square I use Gradient overlay (fx). Meanwhile (in Vector view mode), this is identical, but if I give Pixel view mode, there is a difference in their rendering (at the edges). The difference is even more pronounced, when the "hidden/overlaid" blue squares are turned on. They are completely overlaid with a yellow square so they should not be seen at all, like the right side without a gradient, where the switching has no effect at all. To get it render right, I had to replace the Gradient Overlay (fx) with a normal gradient (Fill Tool). It's a pity, that the Blend mode (as in Gradient Overlay) can not be set in Gradient (Fill Tool), so I had to add another layer. Bug, gradient overlay.afdesign
I’ve read a couple of topics about gradient overlay FX. On my I pad I find that I can only change the color on the left stop, can not delete a stop and can not move a stop. However, if I turn that effect OFF and then I turn it ON again, I can then change color of any stop, can delete a stop and can move a stop.
Steps to repeat: 1. New document. 2. Sketch a rectangle on the page. 3. Tick Gradient Overlay in the right side panel to Enable it. 4. Click the cog icon to the right of Gradient Overlay to display the Layer Effects dialog. 5. Change Blend Mode to anything other than Normal to see the vertical line bug. Note that I just purchased version 1.1.0 from the MAS and discovered this bug about 15 minutes into playing around in a new CMYK document. Thanks.