I am working on a very basic InDesign project (my first one), and have one trouble that is progressively driving me crazy.
I need some bold text, and so have added a 0.25pt black stroke to my 10pt text where needed. However, when exported to .pdf, I end up having a sort of white stroke. It looks as follow:
I tried to export in various Adobe formats, with or without transparency flattening. I tried opening the file with various reader versions.
I tried several conversions:
InDesign -> jpg -> pdf from the jpgs (not recognized as valid format)
InDesign -> pdf -> exported as jpgs -> jpgs combined to new pdf (not recognized as valid format)
InDesign -> pdf -> combined to pdf (you never know)(didn't work, lines still there)
InDesign -> pdf -> PrintToPdf (lines still there)
The worst part being than when I print, it looks perfect, the white lines are not there. But I need to send the file as a pdf, and it will be mainly seen this way, so I can't afford it displaying that way.
So, what could cause that? How to prevent it?