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  1. Hi there, My precise clipping setting doesnt seem to be working. I have it ticked in PREFRENCES-PERFORMANCE but im still getting thin white lines when i divide shapes. I have restarted affinity and still having problems. Any clues ??
  2. Hello, I've noticed this gray line that follows the pen tool path. When I apply a stroke (this happened with every stroke, bought from 3rd party or stock from affinity) the line is visible in the program I thought maybe it was a program necessity and would disappear when I exported to jpg, but it still looks like it's there even after exporting to JPG Is this something I need to turn off in preferences or is this a bug? Thanks for any help
  3. Hi, I want to ask if this is expected behavior or not. 1) Draw circle with an inward stroke 2) Draw a line so it will intersect circle and make this line going from thin to thick in stroke settings 3) Put line into the circle layer, so it will mask it 4) Watch where stroke intersects with circle, harsh pixels there. Mask did not mask everything. It seems worst if you make objects white and bg black, much more obvious. I will include examples to be more clear:
  4. the title says it all - or... you also want to see the image. 🙂 there is a thin blue line outside of the white stroke - this thin line should not be there.
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