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  1. I've got some textured brushes which look awesome but when the curves are flipped, the lines become 'off'. The points are clearly flipped but it's as if the way the texture flows down the curve is not flipped. I know the solution would just be to expand the curve to be a fill but I need the stroke widths to remain editable. I want to flip the 'artwork' not just the mathematical points which make up the artwork. Is this something which could be looked at in the 1.7 beta?! Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Richard
  2. When exporting a document to PDF that contains a path that uses a textured brush stroke there are odd artifacts and the PDF looks broken. Interestingly the distortion in the PDF changes when scaling.
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