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The Geometry Subtract has this weird bug

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Hi Guys, 

I have notice this tiny weird bug that if you make a rectangle and place a circle at the Right Side of the rectangle. Make sure the circle is Pixel Perfect Halfway over the rectangle (on the Right Side) and use the Subtract function. The end result is really weird with or without stroke on the rectangle. This result will not happen if circle is just 1px off. 

This bug doesn't occur if the circle is at Top, Left, or Bottom, only if the circle is at the Right Side and must be Pixel Perfect Halfway.

I recently just changed from Illustrator to affinity so I don't know if its just me or is everyone else having this problem as well. 


PS I notice this bug only occurs with the Ellipse Tool, I have tried it with other shapes and they worked fine. 


2-circle perfect align.png

3-with stroke.png

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And weird in that we get a Curves object. I moved the line on the right.


Mac Pro (Late 2013) Mac OS 12.7.2 
Affinity Designer 2.3.1 | Affinity Photo 2.3.1 | Affinity Publisher 2.3.1 | Beta versions as they appear.

I have never mastered color management, period, so I cannot help with that.

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