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  1. To Those That Have The Knowledge: I have a LOGO I'm trying to recreate from scratch in Affinity Designer. Letters W S C Vertically Arranged W S C So That Each Letter overlaps the next. resulting in the letters being intertwined. Attached is a JPEG IMAGE of what I'm trying to accomplish. Thanks in Advance Calvin Jr.
  2. Crossing/overlapping objects when divided appear with thin lines on crossing edges. Unlike another tools (like Illustrator), AD preserves ugly unwanted thin lines (reminding antialiasing) on output, not only in PDF but also in JPEG. STEPS: 1. create two overlapping/crossing objects (e.g. squares in my first example) 2. select them and click "Divide" (I need to divide them for later recoloring.) 3. notice thin (white) lines appearing on the edges of crossing/overlapping objects 4. export to JPEG 5. thin lines are still there - see attached image file (Or use vector brush, expand stroke and then divide - my second example) I have tried to change "Use precise clipping" option but without any effect. I would be happy If I just overlooked some settings and it is not a bug.
  3. Hello, Just noticed an overlapping text in the following warning message.