Thank you for your reply, I still have a slight problem though,
Turning off anti-aliasing in illustrator did take away the gap when viewing the artwork in illustrator, but as soon as I export it through inDesign or use "save as" to make a pdf the gap is back. Is there an option to turn off anti-aliasing when exporting a document?
This is what I see when zooming in max (6400%) in acrobat reader:
When u say it's a screen issue do u mean that the gap won't show when printed? The problem is that I'm doing artwork that will be shown digital as well. Is there a way to get rid of this?
Thanks again for taking your time.
No worries should go away for all formats, with a slight exception .pdf. Do a test save for web to confirm.
For PDF you need to uncheck Smooth Line Art in Acrobat >> Page Display >> Preferences.
Unfortuantely you cannot chaneg this preference for the person viewing your document. If that is a concern, in illustrator object >> rasterize. You will lose vector, but in most cases would be worth rasterizing.