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33 minutes ago, IsabelAracama said:

Hi!

I've done this with the transparency tool... now I can't replicate it.. does anyone know how did I do it and what it is exactly? ;)

Thanks a lot!

 

 

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This happens if you apply transparency to a skewed object :)

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3 minutes ago, Callum said:

This happens if you apply transparency to a skewed object :)

Hi Callum! thanks for your reply.

I'd say my square is not skewed though, and I am trying to replicate it on a skewed object as you say, but nothing happens now, other than the usual transparency behaviour... I have no clue how to reproduce this again. Could you give me an additional hint? Thanks!

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This has been happening to me too and i haven't been skewing anything.

Dragged out a quick rectangle, give it the default linear fill, drag out another rectangle which takes on the same fill and when i go to click the fill tool on the second shape it changes to this:

 

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10 minutes ago, summersara said:

This has been happening to me too and i haven't been skewing anything.

Dragged out a quick rectangle, give it the default linear fill, drag out another rectangle which takes on the same fill and when i go to click the fill tool on the second shape it changes to this:

 

Also interesting. I tried to replicate but it doesn't do this. Also, in my case I got that with a solid color when applying a transparency. 

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17 minutes ago, IsabelAracama said:

I have no clue how to reproduce this again. Could you give me an additional hint? Thanks

Draw a rectangle
Apply transparency
Skew rectangle
Reselect transparency tool

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5 minutes ago, Callum said:

Sorry I have just seen that this is currently a known bug and is logged with our developers to be fixed.

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Thanks Callum.

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Hi IsabelAracama,
This happens whenever you transform the shape without keeping the original ratio, not necessarily when you skew it. Stretching the shape horizontally or vertically will also lead to the same result.

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5 minutes ago, MEB said:

Hi IsabelAracama,
This happens whenever you transform the shape without keeping the original ratio, not necessarily when you skew it. Stretching the shape horizontally or vertically will also lead to the same result.

Hi Miguel! I have tried what you say and it does exactly that. Thanks for the help.

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