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If you align stroke other then to middle while rendering there will be some graphic artifacts. Fill color will show up there it should not. Or there will be transperent gap between stroke and fill. That makes stroke alignment feature unusable for quality export graphic. Is there a way to fix this?
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:
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