I've used CS4 for 2 years and the problem only occured about a month age. The paths where I draw an object or change type to outlines is very rough. Please HELP.
Turn on Anti-alias in the preferences
Monica, I went to Anti-Alias under prefrences-general and Anti-Alias was already checked. Any more ideas? Thanks, Nita
Are any effects applied? Then check document raster effects resolution.
Does this only appear after exporting? Check Anti-aliasing in export dialog.
Monicw, My files look like that when I am creating them. It is worse when I shear the objuct or use a 3d effect. Thanks so much.
If you get these results with a 3D-effect then increasing the raster effect resolution setting might help.
Did you perhaps apply the Rasterize-effect without anti-aliasing?
In document raster effect , mine was set on medium. The files still don't look clean like they should. Thanks so much for trying, Monika.
Then you need to show us how this object is set up. This can be seen in the layer panel and the appearance panel.
I selected the blue side of the object and in the Apperance panel it shows no stroke, fill and opacity at default.
My files seems to opening slowly, also. The little colored wheel comes up. Could it be a memory problem and if so how would I check that?
Since it doesn't have any stroke or fill: is it vector at all?
I'm sorry. It has no stroke, a blue gradient fill at default opacity. Thanks.
Please show the file.
What is the purpose of the art? Web? Print? Or is this simply an issue of display in AI?
Take care, Mike
Mike, It is a logo. Thanks.
Yep. Got that. Point is, is the logo going to be used for print, web, both?
As a vector, the above is crisp in detail, of course. As Monika requested, can you share the file?
Sorry, Mike. It will be submitted in 8 file formats; AI, EPS, GIF, TIFF, PSD, PDF, JPG and PNG.
Mike, It DOES look clear now. I'll be happy to share file if I can figure out how. Thanks.
Despite not really helping, I am glad it is sorted out. It could have been a computer memory issue. Who really knows.
To share files, upload it to dropbox.com and provide a link.