2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 15, 2011 8:45 PM by Dov Isaacs

    Why does an image or text frame placed on top of another image show a faint background when printing


      Sometimes when a text frame or image with a transparent background, e.g. in png format, is placed on top of another image acting as a background, it prints out showing a faint discolouration of the background image so that you can see where the borders of the item on the top layer are.  This is not visible on the screen, however.  Any ideas what causes this?  I remember having the same problem a few years ago and can't remember how I worked around it.