Hidden table lines on pdf

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Hidden table lines on pdf

Post by sebatbg » Wed Jan 22, 2020 10:20 am

Hi there,

I've got FreeOffice but writing here because the same result is with normal trial version.

Here's the point.
1:Create new document and insert table 3x3
2:Merge all rows in the left column.
3:In the resulting cell use shading and use black color.
4:Select all table and select borders -> None
5:Generate pdf file and check it.

You should see a small white lines on the black cell.How its possible if the rows were merged?
Is there away to make it pure black on pdf?
Or maybe I'm missing something?

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Re: Hidden table lines on pdf

Post by miguel-c » Thu Jan 23, 2020 12:48 pm

I was able to reproduce the issue you describe on Ubunto's document viewer.
However, if I open the file in Windows Adobe Reader it displays properly.

What happens is the following:
TextMaker generates multiple black rectangles. The white lines you see are where two of the rectangles meet. They are exactly aligned. Some PDF viewers interpret that 0 spacing between them differently and display an ultra-thin line.
If you zoom in, the lines don't increase thickness and if you print the PDF, the lines won't appear.

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