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Fill in red, with a black frame, there will be white lines, affecting beauty

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What should I do to avoid white lines. 
Because I filled it in red with the same AI, and I used a black bounding box. 
There are no white split lines. 
This allows me to export JPG images, which also affect the image. 
It's very ugly.

White lines.afdesign

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I opened your file then zoomed in and am not getting the white lines that are clearly visible in your screen shot. Then I zoomed in a LOT more and no, they are not there

It might be a setting and it might be some corruption which can be fixed with holding control while launching designer if you don't mind losing your customization

I would wait until tomorrow and give someone more knowledgeable to answer as the problem is not in your file

 

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Rick G. Wow, thanks for your reply. 
Let me know the answer. 
This is my color setting. 
Is something wrong?

Affinity Designer  - 1.7.1.404

 

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10 hours ago, Rick G said:

I opened your file then zoomed in and am not getting the white lines that are clearly visible in your screen shot. Then I zoomed in a LOT more and no, they are not there

It might be a setting and it might be some corruption which can be fixed with holding control while launching designer if you don't mind losing your customization

I would wait until tomorrow and give someone more knowledgeable to answer as the problem is not in your file

 

lines.png

 

Wow, that's the right color expression. 
This is great. 
But I don't know how to achieve the same correct color expression as you do. 
It puzzles me.

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Can't too see those white lines in your drawing under Mac OSX. - However what you can try is to alter the layers mixing and antialiasing settings, in order to see if that possibly changes the white line behavior for you in this case ...

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Hi,

The antialiasing parameter is this one, but it won't solve your problem.

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I can't see white lines on screen, but when I export in PNG, SVG or PDF. The forms don't overlap, and it's as if we can see the light pink colour under the mouth. In an exagerated way, like this:

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Most of the time, the "white lines" a barely perceptible and it's not problem, but if you want to get rid of them for a specific project, you'll have to add a black form bigger than the red part of the mouth under it.

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The resulting files (not the huge PNG, it was too hight resolution to check it faster but weight as a dead donkey as we would say in French!) :

White lines6.afdesign

White lines6.pdf

White lines6.svg

 

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