Vectors rendered too thick on screen
Since the update to 22.1, all vector lines are being rendered too thickly on screen. Compare any lines drawn in AI with how they appear when printed out - they are inaccurately rendered on screen. Illustrator is a vector application, it cannot be displaying vectors with such poor quality on screen.
chet dietz commented
Still happening to me update did not fix it...And seems like no fix is available to change line weight once imported to look like the original vector outlines.
I have this problem also since 2018 update! I keep on updating my AI every time there's a release just to check if this problem is already solved! I do vintage illustration which uses crosshatching ( fine lines ) so it really sucks me when AI rendered them as thick lines especially when i zoom it out.
I'm also experiencing this one. I do vintage illustration ( crosshatching method ) so i often use fine lines on my drawings and those lines appears as bold lines instead of it's actual size so this bug is really a big thing for me. For now, i'm using AI 2017 because it's the only recent version that doesn't have this problem.
I hope they solve this so i can use the new ones.
Christopher, as I was told by AI team, it actually exists. GPU mode in version 22.1 'draws lines little thicker' to address 'aliasing problems'. Actually it's because they moved from Nvidea pipeline to OpenGL.
I think the problem they tried to solve is not solved by this, so that's why I voted.
Christopher Clinton commented