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3 hours ago, firstdefence said:

@R C-R It works surprisingly well, so if you start with the bottom curve and work your way up the layers you'll see that it follows a desirable order: Diamond order.afdesign

It does indeed, except for the lowest (in the Layers panel) row of triangles & of diamonds.

 

Funny thing though: if I export your color-3365344_1920 image layer to a png file to use as the bitmap fill, if I group all the curve layers & apply it to the group, it automatically is sized correctly (although I have to jiggle one of the control handles to get it to display correctly). But if I don't group all the curve layers & instead select them & apply the same bitmap to that selection, then the size needs to be adjusted to fill the entire canvas.

 

I am curious to see if you get the same results.


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39 minutes ago, R C-R said:

It does indeed, except for the lowest (in the Layers panel) row of triangles & of diamonds.

This is what I mean about the ordering, using your Diamond order.afdesign file. The labels correspond to the actual names of the exports:

5aedcc7367d20_nameorder.png.e8cc8b5833959b6b812a74d9504eafd3.png


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Yes I get the same R C-R, I think it probably has something to do with how I edited the bottom rows when trimming them back to the image border.


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2 hours ago, firstdefence said:

Yes I get the same R C-R, I think it probably has something to do with how I edited the bottom rows when trimming them back to the image border.

What about grouping vs. not grouping the shapes when applying the exported color-3365344_1920 image layer as a bitmap? If grouped, does the bitmap still need to be resized?


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