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You can do it a couple of ways 1) Make background layer black. 2) Paste graphic on a new layer 3) Create a layer mask for Layer 1 (second layer) Your layers so far 4) Use a black & White gradient on the layer mask result
select the layer you want to edit in the layers palette; right alt+click the layer miniature of your mask layer--this creates a selection on your original layer, matching the places where your maske layer has pixels; apply your filter; select the next layer--the selection should still be intact; repeat as often as necessary. Be sure to use the right alt ...
the function may not be set up to look for sublayers, even if you pass the correct sublayer name. If it is, you can do something like... var myLayer = app.activeDocument.layers["myLayerName"]; var mySublayer = myLayer.layers["mySublayerName"]; alert(mySublayer.name);
These are called "hairlines" and should not show during print. Sometimes these are due to using masks. Also changing your transparency quality settings illustrator can help eliminate these. If you still want to make certain that there will be no problems during printing simply export your Illustrator file as a hi-res TIFF. Edit: After re-reading your post ...
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