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  1. When we use expand stroke on curve with "arrow" (or any other shape) on the ends it results in weird holes - but only on the end of the curve. Beginning is expanded as expected. Here is screenshot to illustrate problem. Designer 2.0.4 on Windows 10.
  2. Expand stroke with arrow results in unexpected gap between stroke and arrow tip (in version V2.0.3)? See images below: normal rendering, outline and stroke properties. Or is it because I have a setting that affects the expansion?... I tried this in the V1 - no gaps - works as expected. Normal rendering: same, but expanded version selected, to see the points: Outline (to show the structure of the shapes): Stroke properties:
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