EPS and transparency rejection

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narvikk
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Posted Wed Jan 23, 2013 1:31PM

I uploaded my first illustration and I got this rejection: 


"Please include your EPS version if it is higher than AI8.
It appears that your EPS file contains transparency effects. Please ensure that you are identifying all transparency effects used in your file clearly in your Image Description. This information is critical for our clients, who may not be able to edit files containing transparencies. You also need to include your EPS version if it is higher than AI8. "


I uploaded EPS AI10 so I don't understand the first sentence. The illustration doesn't contain any transparency effects, is there any way I can check the file to see if there is any hidden object with transparency? Thank you.
diane555
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Posted Wed Jan 23, 2013 4:19PM

If you saved the file higher than EPS8 you must state what EPS level it was saved at in the description. Even if it has no transparences but it is EPS10 you must say so. example: EPS10. No transparencies.


I mine don't have special effects or transparencies I save them as EPS8


I hope that helps clarify
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Posted Thu Jan 24, 2013 9:34AM
Since AI10 files can't be opened by some software, we ask that contributors include the file version in their descriptions. If you're uploading AI8 or lower there's no need to include the additional note

Some other information that clients request a lot are what effects were used (meshes, blends, clipping masks), whether shapes are grouped, if the file is built in layers, the color space used (RGB/CMYK), etc. It's always a good idea to include as much information about how the file was built!
narvikk
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Posted Thu Jan 24, 2013 2:46PM
It's clear now, thanks a lot!
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