STOP CHANGING LINE THICKNESS!!!!!
You need to fix the bug that changes line thicknesses when saving a Word document as a PDF. It is ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS that normal underlines in Word appear thick and bold when opened in PDF. I don't want Adobe changing or enhancing ANYTHING when I save a document as a PDF. The PDF should appear exactly as it does on the screen in Word. Since it doesn't, you have a bug that you need to fix. Don't make excuses! Don't tell me, it's because "enhance thin lines" is default. Why would anyone want Adobe to enhance anything, ever?! If I didn't want it as it appears in the Word document, I would change the settings in the Word document. Fix this bug!
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Eric Cobain commented
This is just another example of pure Adobe dev stupidity. This setting should be document specific and selected by the creator, not the user. For those of use who aren't making spreadsheets, you're making our designs look like **** with zero option to resolve except removing lines and ruining our graphics.
Mike Bavistock commented
It's 'Enhance thin lines' on by default causing it. Happens with Adobe Illustrator > Save as PDF.
You'd think Adobe could get it right, as our small icons always look bad for clients by default.
Uncheck via Edit > Preferences > Page Display > Rendering.
Adobe - please uncheck this by default, or allow us to set the display in the PDF file when saving/exporting from Illustrator or InDesign.
Have you tried to disable “enhance thin lines” and check if it resolves your issue?
Can you believe the above from a " Lead Software Engineer" .... I give up a ..... aaaagggghhh
What a cop out from Adobe on this question ... mine is in Adobe DC itself .... thick line ... thin line ... its pot luck ... just fix it and don't cop out ...if I could use another program I would .... gezz
BTW why would you ever write "DECLINED" to a user? there must be a thousand ways to not do something a user asks for. That shows an attitude that most people don't or will not like (in my opinion)
Oh yes every time I end up spending too much time trying to get rid of the ugly extra thick underlines in my PDF after originally having them perfect. ADOBE should fix the problem because we are all trying to use an ADOBE product why would you not fix it?????
I am facing this issue. If it were at least consistent, increasing all the line thicknesses, I could probably live with it - but for an important policy doc it looks so unprofessional to have thin and thick lines appearing randomly. thanks