I read through many different threads and it seems that many people are facing this problem, yet none of the suggestions helped me solve it.
It happens with many objects, that when I try to draw them the outer line is thickened after the image is drawn.
For instance, this simple object provided by VideoScribe always gets thicker after it's done drawing:
I import it in very high quality and the problem remains.
This file is given by Sparkol so I haven't created it at all.
It seems odd that there is no workaround as Sparkol's videos (like the one in videoscribe.co/education) don't have this problem and appear perfectly right. How is that done?
I am having this issue as well, and it appears to be random. One instant it will draw in well, that next it won't.
I'm having the same issue in CC, just bought this software for a client project, now not sure if I should do it in After Effects or if there's any solutions for hacking Creative Cloud to ensure the line issue doesn't occur on SVG. Can I use PNG and the paths somehow to reveal PNG?
image 1: (from a previous thread) original SVG made in Illustrator CC 2104
image 2: Same SVG opened and re-saved in Illustrator CS4
image 3: 3 copies of the same stroked path with different stroke sizes saved in CS4
It would be hard for us to comment on each of these images without taking a look at the .SVG file itself and ideally the scribe as well. If you raise a ticket with the support team and attach your scribe and SVG file to the ticket we will take a look and respond to each of you individually.
Thanks I've been using CC 2015, then I tried CS6 and CS3, CS3 slightly better but not good enough for client expectations really. Attached an svg from CS3 and also the Scribe file. Thanks for any help appreciate it.
Stephen, I've transferred the files into a ticket, we'll take a look as soon as we can and get back to you