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Errors in path in EPS export

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Hi,

 

When exporting to EPS some of the paths go astray. I have attached the original AI exported EPS file and the AD exported EPS file. Nothing changed, just opened and exported.

 

Both AI and AD show the path-error.

 

I'm using AD 1.5.4 in OSX 10.11.6 (El Capitan).

 

Hope you are able to fix this, because it's degrading the usefulness of AD to me.

 

Kind regards,

Roland.

Semantica2b.eps

Semantica2b-ad-error.eps

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Hi rheijden

 

Welcome to the forums

 

I've tried exporting the EPS and it seemed to export fine in 1.5.4 using the EPS for export setting. There were no misshaped paths like in your attached example. Were you using any particular settings for export?

 

Cheers


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Hi Chris,

 

Not that I'm aware of. (I can't seem to find a way to attache the settings screenshot, but nothing unusual I think).

 

As I said before, just opened AI-eps and exported AD-eps. AD-eps contains strange path twists.

 

Thanks for looking into this.

 

Regards

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EPS for Print and EPS for Web do NOT work. 

The problem seems to be with the end points not doing their job...not completing the curve.

 

(not just the logo.... look at the text curve elements too). Oddly only the "p" is having trouble. Maybe that's a clue!)

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The funny/strange/unexpected thing is AI doesn't have this problem. I have the original AI-file and and AI-exported EPS-files, open them in AD. Everything looks fine. I saved them without any other action taken. Reopen the AD-exported file shows errors in the path. To me this looks like AD is leaving info out. Why this happens to the p and not with other curves I don't know.

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