2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 23, 2012 2:33 AM by oldcompositor

    Dotted lines have a white "background"

    oldcompositor

      Hi all!

       

      I have used colored dotted cell strokes with alternating colored fills in a table. Where the strokes are adjacent to or overlap the fills, I can see that the strokes actually have a white (paper-colored) "background". That is, between the dots I see white, instead of the fill color; it's as if there was the fill, on top of it a paper-colored stroke, and finally topmost, the colored dots.

       

      Why is this? Can I change it -- if I want just dots on whatever the background happens to be?

       

      The strokes and fills are tints of the same spot color.

       

      -oldcompositor