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  1. Of course! I didn't think about just putting the letter on a higher level. Thank you so much for your time, have a great day
  2. Sorry to bother but there's actually another issue. I noticed that when the width of the blue triangle's stroke passed a certain point, it overplayed part of the letter (first picture). This was no big deal as I just used the "Vector Crop Tool" and erased the part of the triangle close to the letter. However, I also wanted to export the logo without the background as a PNG. In oder to do that, I changed the blend mode of the triangle (the one erasing part of the shape) to" erase". As I did that, the triangle seems to disappear (image2). It's still visible as a layer, but its "shape erasing effect" is gone. My goal is to obtain what you see in the 3rd image (without the erasing of part of the A). It seems like there is an incompatibility between the blend mode "erase" ad the "Vector Crop Tool". Any idea ? Thank you
  3. That could work indeed! Thank you very much >|<.
  4. ok, I think I've managed. I was trying to cut some parts of a shape to achieve what you see in the 3rd image (which was not perfect). I'm still a beginner so I placed two rectangles filled with the same colour as the background at the corners and I was trying to align them to the triangle (image 1 and 2). I was actually able to get the result I wanted by using the method that you suggested, but I don't think this is the best way to do so. Do you know other methods ? Thank you very much for the help
  5. Thank you for your time. However it does not seem to work on Mac. I'm trying to find the corresponding command.
  6. Hi, I would like to align (snap) to objects that have different angles. Basically I have a geometric figure (a triangle) and I would like to add a rectangle to its border, but I'm not able to match the angles. Any idea ? Thank you for your help