19 votes5 comments · Illustrator (Desktop) Bugs » Effects, Appearance, Graphic Styles · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
I am glad to update that this issue was fixed in 23.0.6 release.
Thank you for all the feedback.Susan Lee supported this idea ·
77 votes66 comments · Illustrator (Desktop) Feature Requests » File Save, Import and Export · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Under Review · AdminNitish Agarwal (Illustrator on Web/iPad Team) (Lead Software Engineer, Adobe Illustrator) responded
If you will export artboards in any fractional scale or by specifying height and width you will get correct output.
The best way to not get an extra pixel is keep your artboard coordinates in integers. You can achieve that by changing the reference point of artboard to top left and typing in the nearest integer or do Make Pixel Perfect(Object > Make Pixel Perfect). If size of your artboard is increased please manage that accordingly and export.
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An error occurred while saving the commentSusan Lee commented
I am having the same problems on Illustrator CC 2018 on a MacBook Pro on High Sierra version 10.13.6 (17G65). I have tried almost every single option, to no avail. I have a document with 24 artboards representing different google display ad sizes and designs. The artboards are the exact sizes of the images I need (300x300, 728x90, etc.) I have exported them as pngs and jpgs and still had the problem. All are sized with integers, all lined up to top left. I made them pixel perfect and viewed them in pixel preview. Nothing solves the problem. I have been spinning my wheels on this for two days. The elements are sized perfectly too within the artboards. Some of them export okay, but most don't. They are one pixel larger either in width or height or both. Please help! If there's a way to do it, I would love to attach the file to see if you can make it work.