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I found a workaround for the malfunction: before exporting to PDF, create a new layer mask for layers that have transparencies - when creating the mask, pick the option "Transfer Layer's Alpha Channel". The layer should look the same. Then, export the image as PDF and check the "Apply layer masks before saving". The transparency specified in the layer mask ...
As soon as you select 'Export as' option in the file menu, you are directed to a dialog box where you specify the name of the file. When you click export you get an option dialog box. Select the Convert bitmaps to vector graphics where possible in export dialog box. Resulting PDF won't have a fringe.
Try flattening the layers before export.
The free "un-multiply" photoshop plugin here does a free, quick, excellent job at this task: http://www.ayatoweb.com/download/down04.html That page is in Japanese (foreign to me ;), though it's easy to find the download links. I believe it comes with an older version of an MSVC dll which must be put in the application root directory of photoshop. Note ...
You should export an SVG from Illustrator. It is scalable and will always be a good way to show an icon on the web.
You should send your client an .svg file, which will save the vector qualities, have a transparent background and canne uploaded to a website as an svg, therefore be live as a vector
If you don't have any white background on your Illustrator file, then there will not be any background on your .ai or .pdf. If you want to test this and make sure there's none, open your .ai created from your Illustrator software in Photoshop. You should get only one layer with the logo on it only and no background. If you see some gray and white ...
What would have been nice is if they added the "clear"(delete) button to the right click menu. Right click then clear & done! Easy one hand operation rather then 2 hands. Just my personal choice really. In fact, just make it so that you can put just about any option you would like in the right click menu. SWEET! ^^ Adobe, please check it. :D
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