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I am trying to make this layer consistent for all angles with the 3D layer effect. Notice the outer obtuse angles (right) go inward on a straight line, but the inner acute angles (left) are rounded. I want them to be straight lines as well. I have adjusted the layer effect in every way I can see and have made a custom profile but as far as I can tell the 3D effect does the same thing to any acute angles on a layer. Is there a way to make all angles go in at a straight line?

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Not sure if I got this right, but I think I am having the same question here.

I need all the corners to be sharp. The inside corners are round and they should be sharp to be consistent with the outer ones. But I cant find a setting to achieve this.

My initial question:

 

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On 2/14/2021 at 12:59 AM, ed lazer said:

Not sure if I got this right, but I think I am having the same question here.

I need all the corners to be sharp. The inside corners are round and they should be sharp to be consistent with the outer ones. But I cant find a setting to achieve this.

My initial question:

 

I think this is down to how the algorithm that is used to determine angles, I don't thinks it's impossible to do, just not with current versions. I've come across other people with the same problem. I experimented with tons of profiles on the effect and it always handles acute angles the same way.

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