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  1. Recently I encounter some unexpected behavior while using divide operations on multiple overlapping shapes. Some debris looking curve laying around on the edge of which should be divided. The shapes of divided objects are not looking like expected, with more vertices than needed. Here are some screen captures from Affinity Designer 1.6.5.123 on windows, showing an example of the issue. 1. Doing a divide operations on these 3 equally sized overlapping circles with stroke set to none. 2. Instead of 7, it creates 35 objects. 3. With an unpleasant result. Here is the same example doing what I assume is the equivalent operation in Adobe Illustrator CC (23.0.2) 1. Three overlapping circles. 2. Divide into 7 shapes using divide operation in illustrator's Pathfinder. 3. with clean vertices placement. Am I doing it wrong? or is it a thing that needs to be fixed?
  2. I'm trying to use the divide operation on iPad, but it is generating hundreds of points or curves, so it complicates a lot making a custom shape because I have to delete all those points
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