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hi, sorry if this has already been posted but I could not see it anywhere. 

 

Anyways If you have two shapes (same size, no outline) that are overlapping, you will sill see the edge of the bottom shape. See attachment below 

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If the shapes are on a partial pixel boundary then this effect is what you will get in any vector application. When an edge is on a partial pixel then the edge will be antialiased and when you overlap two antialiased pixels they get combined to produce a new colour.

 

This in mainly unavoidable but in Affinity you could clip the top object by the bottom object with 'Perfect Clipping' switched on and the edges be calculated correctly. Affinity is the only application that I know of that supports perfect clipping.

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If the shapes are on a partial pixel boundary then this effect is what you will get in any vector application. When an edge is on a partial pixel then the edge will be antialiased and when you overlap two antialiased pixels they get combined to produce a new colour.

 

This in mainly unavoidable but in Affinity you could clip the top object by the bottom object with 'Perfect Clipping' switched on and the edges be calculated correctly. Affinity is the only application that I know of that supports perfect clipping.

 

Hi,  Where can I find "Perfect Clipping" ??? :) and thanks for the help

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