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Hi Oval,

That's due to antialiasing. The white from the background comes trough the edges of the shapes. This is more visible the bigger the contrast between the foreground objects and the background colour. You can minimise it using a dark object behind the shapes or adding a thin stroke to them.

I believe this will still be looked at later but it's not something trivial to solve.

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Even in the new Beta, I cannot get rid of the thin lines like this:




The objects fit perfectly. Think it is the antialias algorithm.


Is it a bug or a ghost?  ;)

Yes, how do you get rid of this those lines ? There on the screen and there when exporting. Drives me crazy. 

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Yes, how do you get rid of this those lines ? 


Welcome here, ludesign.


Depends on your document. Add an object with the same colour in the background or combine the objects or slightly enlarge one of your objects …



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Hi ludesign,

Welcome to Affinity Forums :)

Adding to what Oval said, you can also add a thin stroke (center aligned) to some objects to help cover those lines. Some of these solution are more appropriate than others depending on the work you are doing. For more information this please check this post from MattP.

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