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    so check this out. sometime i zoom in and the line is there...sometime it is not...sometime i zoom out and its there and sometimes its not. i dont know whats going on...if it will print or not. i dont really know what i causing it. anyone ever experienced this? the tree is filled white...however the end furtherst left anchor points are lined up exactly with the edge of the red box. i am confused. see pic
    caleb
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    Its not "Mitch-ed" stupid....its Me-Show.

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    p.s. it has to do somewith with the clipping mask...cuase if i make the clipping mask have an outline of white...it goes away and stays away.
    Its not "Mitch-ed" stupid....its Me-Show.

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    • #3
      It might print - depending on the scaling of the object.

      Remember: There's a world of difference between "I zoomed in real close and lined it up by eye" and "I put the exact right coordinates in my transform palette."

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      • #4
        If you can see it, I always assume it might print. Can you extend the tree (white) just past the maroon box just to be sure it is knocking it out completely?

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        • #5
          And where is the edge of your gold outline aligned?
          Check that any box outlines are where you want them too. Illy CS2 does 3 positions of outline. Online, inside, outside...

          Always assume it will print but Illy does show 'stitch' lines sometimes on perfectly aligned items that won't print even in wide format. Proof proof proof.

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