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Max_G

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  1. I see. I have read the thread and understand the point you are making.

    My assumption was, that vectors overlap as vectors, because otherwise they are kind of a mix between real vectors (interacting with other vectors as vectors) and pixels (interacting with other vectors as rasterized pixel layers).

    It seems, that the discussion on that topic is already in progress. I cannot say anything about the behavior of Illustrator, but argue for real vectors.

    Edit:

    "interacting with other vectors as vectors" is supposed to mean something like the boolean operators (add, subtract) and afterwards they can be rendered as pixel layers, without unwanted transparency bleeding issues.


  2. Hi,

    I encounter the same issue. The first image shows the vector view and the second one the pixel view.

    At first I used "Insert inside the selection" to place some shadows onto my objects, but this edge was visible. Now I am overlaying those layers over the other layers and this edge still appears. If two areas with the same color meet, I just overlap them a little, so that the edge is hidden.

    I am using Windows 10 Pro, version 10.0.18362 Build 18362, and the latest version of Affinity Designer 1.7.1.404 with precise clipping turned on.

    Thanks,

    Max

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