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Inaccurate stroke expansion with pressure curve applied to stroke


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Hi, I've read about problems with expand stroke before, but this is the first time I've actually encountered one myself. Super simple repro - create a circle with a thick stroke that has a linear 0-100% pressure curve applied. The expanded stroke is all wobbly. I also found that you start to get some bizarre buzzsaw strokes as the circle gets smaller, I assume due to losing precision. Expanding that stroke that makes a big mess too. Screenshots with settings attached. This is in Designer 1.8.5.703.

Thanks!

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@Sean P, a similar (same?) issue when using the stroke pressure to mimic a live "roughen" effect.
What looks good "on screen" goes full havoc when expanded or exported for print to PDF.
The top object is a simple stroke, bottom object the same stroke expanded. The more compressed the spikes are, the weirder it gets:

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Somewhat related UI issue:
The "Swap arrow head with tail" button is blank on Light UI.

Affinity 1.9.1, El Capitan, MacBook Pro 9,1

MacBookAir 15": MacOS Ventura > Affinity v1, v2, v2 beta // MacBookPro 15" mid-2012: MacOS El Capitan > Affinity v1 / MacOS Catalina > Affinity v1, v2, v2 beta // iPad 8th: iPadOS 16 > Affinity v2

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