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I layered a gradient over a photo and masked it to create a fade. When I save the file as a PDF and place the file in an email the image doesn't show the fade. I've saved it every way I can think of as a high quality print, press quality, et. I've played around with the compatibility, checked and unchecked the options available. No change, the fade still, well, fades. Any ideas?

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    Possible duplicate of Clipping mask over photo doesn't show in PDF – Scott Apr 25 '19 at 23:01
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    Please don't post the same question multiple times. Is's best to refer back to your original question and edit it if necessary. Be aware, browser and email client abilities to display a complex PDF accurately vary considerably. – Scott Apr 25 '19 at 23:02
  • Sorry, I thought this was a different problem because it was in a different file and I was using different tools. I'll try to keep this in mind next time I'm posting a question. – Megan Apr 26 '19 at 15:55
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I also had a similar problem. I saved a AI wich had a layring mask of a gradient over a photo, as a PDF to print. When I open the PDF with Acrobat Reader it opens ok, with the layring mask. But when I open the PDF with Chrome or Firefox, it doesn't shows the gradient. I couldn't find the problem within the PDF settings. The way I found to surpass this was to flatten the image with the clipping mask (not the best solution, but now the gradient appears the way it should no matter where I open the PDF file).

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