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  1. Hi, we now use Affinity Designer please advice about the line/bezier work of Affinity designer. we now confuse to use bezier work. 1) we design 2 rings/circles object as attachment: ask1-bezier work_2 lings-1.png --> we use 2 of the doughnut cicle mode. 2) we did add 2 small cicle to connect 2 big cicle as attachment: ask1-bezier work_2 lings-2.png ask1-bezier work_2 lings-3.png 3) after export it to .png that connect point will be the gray damage part(blue mark) as attachment: ask1-bezier work_2 lings-4.png can we integrate that big circle and small circle to one of integration object befer before export? or can you advice us other step/work for this damage issue? and, another work for the painting. we cannot find which menu and step to paint it 2 big circle object as attachment: *before paint: ask1-bezier work_2 lings-1.png *after paint: ask1-bezier work_2 lings-1-paint.png (we did paint this by another paint client, not use Affinity designer.) can you advice us other step/work for the painting in bezier object?
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