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  1. #1
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    Default How to avoid broken view lines after PDF exported clip view.

    just normal clip view with black Line.
    in the PDF this lines are half thick under/over a clipped object.

    what?
    ok, pls see picture.
    does anybody have an idea how to avoid this irregular line shapes?

    regards

    reinhardClick image for larger version. 

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    Default Re: How to avoid broken view lines after PDF exported clip view.

    from my experience I would not use clipview if I wanted to export vector to PDF, because PDF format can misinterpret the xara clipview which it sees as a group; it has no way of understanding the exact xara clipview parameters and things like this can happen

    but that said someone may know a way round this
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    Default Re: How to avoid broken view lines after PDF exported clip view.

    Hi rsrsrs, looking at the pdf screengrab it appears there are two rectangles (or corners of shapes) in the pdf, one under and one over the left side shapes. I think that HD is refering to this in his post above. This might be created by Adobe creating clip views. Note the red and green highlighted lines.

    Only way to say for sure is to view your xar/web file.
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    Default Re: How to avoid broken view lines after PDF exported clip view.

    hi,

    no problem its always like this.

    regards
    reinhard


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    Default Re: How to avoid broken view lines after PDF exported clip view.

    No real solution but a fix might be to convert the ClipView Object to Editable Shapes, Ungroup and then apply your required Line Width.

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    Default Re: How to avoid broken view lines after PDF exported clip view.

    This type of work-around is a pita if there are very many objects. Basically, the object to be clipped to has to cannot have the outline.
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    Default Re: How to avoid broken view lines after PDF exported clip view.

    As Acorn & Mike have suggested avoid stroke/line widths and I avoid Clip-Views:

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    Default Re: How to avoid broken view lines after PDF exported clip view.

    thnx all,
    usually i just make copy in this case of the circle with no filling.

    i think its funny that xara interpret it wrong but nice
    and pdf interpret it right but ugly.

    i prefer the xara way ...

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