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  1. Hi, I'm experiencing a very strange issue with the "subtraction" tool in Designer. I'm attempting to subtract one very basic shape (a circle) from another (a rectangle). For some reason, if the circle's diameter is larger than the rectangle height, I get some funky artifacts showing up around the edges where the shapes intersect. If the circle's diameter is smaller than or equal to the rectangle height, the issue 'magically' goes away. I've attached a PDF of what's going on. Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks, Ryan subtraction.pdf
  2. Why can't I subtract circle A from shape B without getting the unwanted line C? Cut out.afdesign
  3. The simplest non destructive boolean operation -> Rectangle - Circle = Bug As I can see .. the problem is with the rotated rectangle, some angles works fine Basic substracion.afdesign
  4. Nodes overlap and return a not-perfect result after combine paths (align-to-pixel already) , gif preview and source file attached. GIF Preview: Source File: nodes_overlap.afdesign
  5. Hi, I have been working on a shape, adding and subtracting various shapes to it, and suddenly now when I want to subtract another rectangle from it, the rectabgle and the shape just disappear. I can't carry out any operations like that on this particular shape any more. What could be causing this please? Both objects are solid fills with no stroke. I have attached the file. I would like to subtract the grey rectangle from the beige object. logo.afdesign
  6. Hi, I've aligned two rectangles using snap (attached image) made a copy and used boolean add - it worked as expected, but when I scaled them 300% prior using boolean, it does not join them. Regards, Matej
  7. Don't know if its was reported already. 1) Draw rectangle and next rounded its corners 2) Draw second rectangle with standard corners 3) Arrange them to hover each other partially 4) Choose both of them 5) Substract them with holding ALT to make compound 6) Rounded is broken as you can see on the screen By changing shape (made rounded rectangle larger) you can made it rounded again, but its look more like oval ;/ substract.afdesign
  8. OK, I have to admit, I'm not 100% sure if I'm making a mistake or if there is a bug here. Given the following shape composed of triangles (they should be the way they look, i.e. each adjacent side is the same length and they meet correctly at all the corners): Using the combine or add tools will result in this highly deformed result: But I'm probably doing something wrong! Abdallah Dome.afdesign
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