I have created a table with strokes set to zero but a different fill in each cell. When I view the table at 'actual size' I can see a gap between some of the rows.
I originally thought that if I zoom into 300% or above to get a closer look at this error the gaps disappear. On closer inspection it is reproduced at some magnifications but not others.
The problem is that I can not eliminate the gap between the rows from the finished work.
Please notice that there is no gap between row 1 + 2, 5 + 6, 9 + 10 or 13 + 14.
What are these gaps?
I suppose it is only a screen issue.
Hi Willi. Thank you.
The problem is reproduced in both native ID files and exported formats such as the JPG I pasted into the post above.
JPG is not a proof, when you have stitching lines (e.g. in a PDF with reduced transparency) and export to a JPG and when you make a color conversion in the very same step you will always see stitching lines.
Because each cell is in the exported PDF a rectangle for its own, you will always have these lines, which are lines with 0 width and cause problems on the screen and when converting to other file types.