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jiminyfickett

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  1. Thanks for the idea! This was another way I tried, but then you're left with outlines of the curves. I need the curves themselves in this case. Is there a way to get the strokes back after you've expanded them?
  2. Thanks Garry! After posting I was able to figure that way out, but I guess I was still holdin out hope that thereā€™d be a more automated approach. I was using the merge curves command under geometry. Your way makes for a bit less cleanup afterward.
  3. I've got a pattern of curves that is masked. I'm wondering if there is a way to more permanently trim off the ends of the curves that are masked, so I'd be left with shorter curves instead of masked long curves. This would help with export to other software that isn't handling masks well.
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