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  1. Hello Affinity Community, I'm using a custom rainbow vector brush as a stroke. With any sharp angle that I create, this happens, where it overlaps with itself on the inside section. How can this be prevented, so that the purple, blue and green in this example appear to be flat, on one plane, so one does not appear o be on top of another? In the picture, I want the whole stroke to look how the yellow, red and orange do. The circled area is where the problem is. Thank you so much! Lobsang
  2. Hi After create a shape using curving and then applying the corner tool before converting it back into a curve I get these strange faint lines appear randomly now and again. When I zoom in they tend to disappear however when I print off a test piece of my work the lines show up? Any idea why this is happening?
  3. When drawing with a raster brush, changing the view zoom level can drastically affect the brush rendering. This means I cannot rely on pixel brushes at all, since I have no idea how they might render on export. It seems to happen particularly on corners and stroke ends. This has been an issue in several versions of Affinity Designer. With each release I get my hopes up only to have them dashed. In the attached example (showing the same stroke at different zoom levels), an exported png rendered with the flattened corner glitch.
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