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  1. Hi, I drew a simple donut in 3 segments, once by rotating a 120ยบ segment, and once by adjusting the parameters of three donuts on top of each other, which was considerably more effort (not sure which is better but I wanted to test both). I then added puzzle ends (thank you for the instructions on this forum) and did a subtraction of each segment so I had the cutouts - or so I thought. One segment has a line left, and I have as yet not worked out how to delete that line. It's probably something insanely obvious to all you experts, but for the moment I'm stumped. Observe in the attached the cutout in the left segment. I copied and moved it to the right so you can see that the cutout has a line still closing the shape - and I can't get rid of it. None of the other substractions produced this aberrant extra line, and I seem to be unable to zap it. Now I can probably find a way to cheat this into behaving, but I prefer finding out where I made the mistake so it won't happen to me next time and learn more about how vectors work. Anyone? do-nuts.afdesign
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