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  1. left: Affinity canvas, right PDF in Preview – the arrows seem to become expanded (same look as when I expand stroke in AD😞 Update: I found out that it had to do with Mitre 1.5 - I set it to 1 and that did the trick (1 is much better in many cases, btw.) But I still consider it a bug.
  2. Does anyone know a way to overcome graphical errors when you have a curve that uses variiable width through a pressure curve? As you can see from the example it's a rectangle that uses the pressure property. But instead of beeing smooth from start to end you get these edges and corners, uneven increase and decrease of line width etc. The errors change depending on size and angle of the curve. I guess the proplem itself is well known and presumably "by design" ... But how do I overcome the probelm? Any suggestions? Thanks in advance, Timo
  3. Shape is not linear, we have step at every node. spline bug.afdesign
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