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  1. Hi, I want to ask if this is expected behavior or not. 1) Draw circle with an inward stroke 2) Draw a line so it will intersect circle and make this line going from thin to thick in stroke settings 3) Put line into the circle layer, so it will mask it 4) Watch where stroke intersects with circle, harsh pixels there. Mask did not mask everything. It seems worst if you make objects white and bg black, much more obvious. I will include examples to be more clear:
  2. Maybe someone can explain what is happening here. In support area it was suggested this is an anti-aliasing issue. The black is showing underneath the green layer. The object used as a mask is the same Crossguard object. Theoretically, they should cancel each other out enough that it nothing should show through? Unless I am doing something wrong. Source file: sword.afdesign
  3. the title says it all - or... you also want to see the image. 🙂 there is a thin blue line outside of the white stroke - this thin line should not be there.
  4. Hi! I have a big problem with vector clipping. I made a lot of graphics with this vector clipping method. This example, there is a fox tale. The tale is orange and i insert a white end. The white area is much more bigger, but there is a little border. You can see the first image. I read there is a solution to disappear this line, in the preferences/performance/use precise clipping. But the problem is: the lines disapper on the monitor, but when i print the file the lines are there. This ghost lines are on the print. Everywhere. So is there some solutions when i use vector clipping, or i must find some other way? Thanks, Tom
  5. Hi. What happens: When adding "Outer shadow" effect to a filled curve with a stroke, the outer shadow produces visible errors. It leaves tiny seams between the shadow and the curve edge. What is expected: Using Outer shadow effect on a filled curve that has stroke added to it, should not produce visible seams even if the offset is set high. Steps to reproduce: 1. Create a closed curve which is filled with color. 2. Add stroke to the curve with good amount of width and select "align stroke to outside". 3. Add "Outer shadow" effect to the filled curve and increase offset. 4. Watch the area between the curve edge and the outer shadow to see the visual error. This was tested and reproduced in the newest Affinity Designer version 1.73.481 Windows 10 64-bit, with Radeon 7
  6. Please see the attached file and the screenshots. --- Affinity Photo 1.8.1 macOS 10.15.3 (19D76) clipped-curves-layer-bug.afphoto
  7. I noticed an unpleasant bug when you adjust the alignment of the line on the inside, each time the fill color appears on the contours if the outline is not the same color it can be seen very strong in the high contrasts (as on my example). I also notice that this artifact appears on export in any format. This artifact always makes about 1 px. I'm not the only one to have this bug since I discussed it with somebody on a group facebooj affinity designer and one of the members immediately did the test but this time with the desktop version and there is exactly the same problem. Hoping for a correction in the next update, thank you already for the answers. Ps : effects or gradients etc.. don’t affect this problem. Simply draw a red circle with black contour and a black background plus stroke alignement on intérior 2 icon like on image and voilà you see the artifact
  8. I have a red shape with a yellow stroke and the red appears at the edge beyond where the stroke is(it's a very super thin display of the red but I can see it and when i export the vector to .png i can see it when i zoom in) .. is this a bug? This is also with Affinity Designer Line
  9. Hello, Superb update 1.7! congratulations and thanks, however i would like to point out a problem. When an object has a border of the same color as an underlying object, a "white border" appears. This is a problem because it persists on the export (see the attached screenshot). I point out that this problem exists when the border is positioned inside the surface. Do you have a solution ? Johan.
  10. Hello, I have a problem with my work. I created this cool lil triangle, but I got a problem with it. The fill of the triangle goes over the stroke when selecting "Align Stroke to Inside" as seen on the picture (Problem is the red pixels outside stroke). How can I make it so that the fill doesn't "overflow" whilst the stroke is aligned to inside of the triangle? It should look like on the first picture Any help will be appreciated. Edit: Made pictures smaller, sorry for the 2600px :P
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