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Do you know if it prints? Sometimes previews show things that aren't actually there. PDF previews especially tend to do that to me.
What you're describing reminds me of a few time when I had a "fill" color set, as opposed to none, besides having a "stroke" color. Or having another line underneath (a copy) with no "stroke color" and 0pt weight, but a "fill color" set. I would check all that. Also try doing this in a new document and see if it happens again. If I think of anything else, I'll share!
All the best,
Aurore
 
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From: Linda Feltner <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 9:14 AM
Subject: [SCIART] Illustrator CS5 question about dashed lines

HI All:

I've never encountered this, and it's weird.

I've got a dashed rule line, 1pt width, the dash is 12 pt spacing. Oddly, there is a very faint center rule that runs down the center. Hardly noticeable in the document, but when I make a high resolution PDF file, it fills it in some and looks like a solid line running underneath (and down the center) of my dashed line. 

How do I get rid of that curious center line?
I can send a screen capture (off line) if it helps.


Super thanks,
Linda
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