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Anyone seen this before? I opened a file from Illustrator 9 using CS, and a 20% black screen became a linear gradient from about 20% to 1%. Is there a reason for this? sinclair...

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    Default CS converts solid area to gradient area when opening an older file??

    Anyone seen this before? I opened a file from Illustrator 9 using CS, and a 20% black screen became a linear gradient from about 20% to 1%. Is there a reason for this?

    sinclair
    Sinclair_Cohen@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: CS converts solid area to gradient area when opening an older file??

    Hi, Sinclair

    Interesting...
    What was it applied to? Text? Object? Group?
    Was it a part of complex appearance?
    Is it one only object or there's more than one?

    Could you provide the file to check it out?

    Cheers ;)
    Alexander_Kogan.@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: CS converts solid area to gradient area when opening an older file??

    I'm sorry, don't know how to insert a file or even a jpg image here.

    It's a logo containing a simple circle outline with a 20% black fill done in Mac Illustrator 9.

    I open it in CS Illustrator 11, and the fill shows up as a linear gradient. The CS file name adds the word "[converted]" to the original file name, but there's no text in the file.

    This is not a 'bug' others have come across?
    Sinclair_Cohen@adobeforums.com Guest

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