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  1. Hi! After the release of 1.9 I saw the video for the Contour Tool and I liked the last example, but after trying it, I noticed there are some rendering glitches, as seen in the screenshot below: I attache the AFDESIGN file. Best regards! Contour.afdesign
  2. Affinity Designer for Windows behaves as illustrated in the attached video (3 strange things): Draw a cat with your funny cat tool (which even draws a different one in Photo). Apply a contour and slowly increase the contour radius. At first, everything looks logical. At 0:09, one of the contour arcs snaps to the inside of the contour. At 0:14, it correctly snaps to the outside again. The inside snapping appears to be a bug. At 0:17, a small artefact appears at the right hind foot. At 0:22, a second one appears. At 0:37, a lot of of weird things start to happen until everything looks rather psychedelic at the end. This appears to be a limitation of the used algorithm and probably does not need to be corrected – nobody would want to equip anything with such a ridiculously wide contour, anyway. But take a look at the cat's neck: This is probably where the outline starts, and it seems to start and end with different slopes, creating a sharp groove at the inside of the contour, which doesn't look so nice. I would suggest that, in case an outline's start and end points do not have continuous slopes, to equip the contour not with a sharp groove, but either a straight line or a circular arc between the current contour's 'groove points'. Since this description might be completely incomprehensible: In the attached picture, the red area might be added to the contour, so that the groove vanishes, and everything looks smoother. Andreas Weidner catcontour.mp4
  3. Hi, very pleased contour tool being worked on, but did notice this issue: For example: 1. Draw a five pointed star 2. Select contour tool with following settings: Radius: 5mm, Contour type: Mitre, Mitre: 5, Contour cap: None, Contour fill: Auto closed 3. Press: 'Bake Appearance' button 4. Select Contour tool again 5. Set radius to: -5mm (or any smaller size) See attached screenshot and file contour-minus-radius-prob.afdesign
  4. Hi, something has changed in the contour tool since I was just fiddling around and created a file using the cat tool, all looked fine in, there are artefacts near the whiskers when opened in Not sure if it is now working as intended or if something is wrong. Contoured Cat.zip
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