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  1. Hope someone can help me.

     

    Attached is the outline drawing of the side of a bar-top arcade game cabinet I'm making. I used this to cut the sides. I want to get some artwork printed on self-adhesive vinyl and need to make a version of this object that is 5mm bigger all round than this to allow for the bleed. Is there a simple way to create this in Designer? I understand there's no offset tool like in Illustrator (or Sketch Up).

     

    Any pointers gratefully received. I'm using 1.5.2 on a Mac, if that's any help.

     

    Thanx.Side Art v1.0.afdesign


  2. Ok this is starting to drive me nuts. I've been using Affinity Designer for at least 6 months for various small non-professional projects and it's been fantastic. I'm trying to create a drawing of the side panel of a bar-top arcade game I'm building which I'll print out and use as a cutting template. I've drawn two shapes and want to join/ add them.

     

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    The two shapes have given every indication of having snapped together, but every time I select them using the move tool and hitting the add button it groups the two shapes/ curves rather than adding them and losing the line between them leaving just the outline. I've used add to create the top shape, but these two won't add together.

     

    Ultimately I could live with this, but I really want to put a radius corner on the bottom right corner of the top shape where it connects to the bottom. Can anyone explain where I might be going wrong?

     

    I'm using v 1.5.2 on a Mac (10.12.3) in the draw persona.

     

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