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Pixel vs vector, antialiasing issues

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I try to make my shapes clean.

But get in to the trouble, it creates a small seams with visible background in pixel view.

 

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Is it possible to get rid of this seam (white border between shapes) when 2 shapes are connected to each other?

 

Thank you.

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1 hour ago, Pšenda said:

Why not overlapped shapes? Draw circle over rectangle.

 

for complex pictures is easier to have perfect shape and it makes selection easier

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Hey meefox,


This is the antialiasing picking up the background. There are a few workarounds but they depend on how you intend to produce the work:

1. Use the 'Add' boolean operation to make multiple shapes into a single shape

2. Add a small stroke to fill in the gap

3. Or place a shape behind them to cover the background

 

I've seen this in plenty of other apps so I don't think it is unique to us.

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