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Wolfgang Pfab

Anti-Aliasing affected by Stroke-Alignment

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Not sure if this is a bug or a feature, but it took me an awful long time to figure out what was happening...

I wanted to draw a pixel perfect circle without anti-aliasing.
Stroke alignment was set to inside as I wanted to change stroke width without affecting the outer diameter of the circle. When I changed the Coverage Map in Blend Options, I noticed that only the inside edge of the circle is affected. The outer edge was only affected by Blend Gamma setting.

With circles and rectangles the coverage map only affects both stroke edges if the stroke is center aligned.

Is this the intended behaviour?

Ps.: I am working on version


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