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What you see is a rendering artefact. All current generation vector renderers suffer form this problem occasionally. It is possible to switch over to a multi sampling rendering engine this eliminates the problem (since theres not really a gap at all). So try save for web with art optimized option and see the artefact disappear. Another option is to let the ...
There are a lot of ways for applying this kind of shadow but but the one I prefer is this: Create a ellipse with the help of ellipse tool of dimension let's say(W=200, H=20). Now apply a Redial Gradient with both side black. Set the opacity of outer gradient to 0% and the another one to 40% or 50%(depends on the darker shadow you want). Now select your ...
You don't need to apply two strokes for that you can simply apply one stroke and then off-set the path to positive number. It automatically leave some space between your solid fill colour and the stroke. Here's the method Type the Text and add the fill colour and outer stroke colour you want. Go to you your appearance panel(Shift+F6) select the ...
One thing you can do to avoid this, is just Copy and paste another layer of both the objects. Try it I think it will solve your problem.
Select both paths. From the menu, select Object>Compound Path>Make. That will "join" the two paths in the sense that they will share all attributes like stroke, fill, effects, etc. It will not alter the paths themselves, but they will behave as though they are both part of one object.
You can do this using the Pathfinder: Select all of the shapes (white and black). In the Pathfinder palette, press Divide. Select the circle and Ungroup. Select the white circles and press Delete. NOTE: Always do something like this on a copy of the original version... in case you make a mistake.
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