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  1. I'm on Affinity Designer v1.10.4 Vector brush strokes look too thin after using 'Expand Stroke'. After some experimentation, it appears that this happens only when Size Variance is not at 100%. Scribble a new vector brush stroke Select the move tool In the 'Stroke' panel click 'Properties...' Set Size Variance to 50% Set the controller to Pressure Set the controller profile to any of the standard profiles Close the Properties Set the pressure of the stroke to something non-trivial Click Layer > Expand Stroke Expected: The stroke will be expanded without changing width Actual: The stroke becomes thinner It manages to take the controller profile into account okay, as long as the size variance is at 100% so one workaround is to set the size variance to 100% and then adjust the controller profile to have the same effect. This also affects PDF export. expand_stroke_size_variance.afdesign expand_stroke_size_variance_demo.mov expand_stroke_size_variance_workaround.mov
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