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Lines between (snapped) objects in editor - terrible quality at png

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Hey there.

I am new to the designer. I have "Lines" between (snapped or not snapped) objects.

I've drawn some triangles and snapped them together. In the edtior there are lines between them - like an outline. But there is no outline. 

If I Export it to PNG all the lines are already there. I've made a screenshot.

Maybe someone can give a hint.

Already tried to Position them by Hand etc. no Change

checked in the color-box for outline etc. Nothing.

Zoomed to max. objects fit.



designer lines.PNG

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Thanks for the answer. I've read the post and linked post :)

So its an antialias problem, but shouldn't it be better to simply turn off antialias?

And, why, if I export to png, using "next pixel" (so no antialias) it has the same ugly optic?

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1 hour ago, StephenKalisch said:

I'll simply do a extrem thin outline around some objects. This works for me.

This is a work around that has been discussed before. Adding a centered stroke of the same color as the object fill escapes the anti-aliasing problem. Going to preferences/performance, and enabling "precise clipping" sometimes, for me, seems to work. I don't understand what is going on, but adding the stroke appears to work reliably. 

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Thanks for the tip. But this may be solve the viewing problem in the editor, but the export?


I've tried it: No effect

I am confused how a program you have to pay for has such problems (I've bought it yesterday). Until now I've used the free inkscape. Such problems in a freeware is accaptable, but for payware. :(


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