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Glitch when combining two shapes

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I have two shapes that I want to add. When I click on the add button, the result is not what should be expected. 

 

This is the shape I am trying to create, not sure if this is the best way to make it though.

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These are the two shapes; a rectangle, and an octagon with a hole.

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And this is what happens when I click on Add.

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Hi Alex_dlc,

Thanks for reporting it.

This is a known issue that should be corrected soon.

 

Alright, thank you.

 

I ended up making the octagon donut with squares and straight corners with the corner tool, then adding the rectangle and that worked well.


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It would be great if you could send the file to support@seriflabs.com so we can check our fix will work for your example.

 

I'll see if I can send it tonight when I get home. 


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