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  1. I was wondering why a fairly simple task: creating a [fairly] simple geometric icon, was giving me alignment issues between compound shapes. Unfortunately, it looks like I’ve found another bug. Ive recreated the issue in a new document. Circle over circle Remove small from large (creates donut-esque shape) Pen tool > shape intersects over donut Intersect as compound vs intersect as join, moves the geometry points when using compound. See video screen capture … I’m off to back to Adobe Illustrator, regretfully. But CS6 keeps my compounds aligned and true. I need my
  2. Hi can you possibly tell me why I have part of my background showing through on this dove in Affinity. If you look at the wing of the dove, the blue background is showing through in a really weird way. I know how to get rid of the pencil line (please ignore the pencil), but the blue on the wing from the background is really baffling me because it's not part of the group, and it's further down the layer chain as the background. I'm wondering if it has something to do with the endpoint on the wing attaching itself to another part of the dove. I've tried breaking the endpoint to make sure there's
  3. Hello, Can anyone tell me how to join/link two adjacent "closed curves/shapes" to create a third, separately fillable zone/curve? I have a lot to learn. I hope the attached imaged illustrates what I am trying to achieve. Many thanks, if you can help.
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