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Jagged edges on white shapes

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Seems like there is some crazy going on when working with shapes and underlying layers.

Here i have white shapes and use black shapes inside the white ones to make the "shadow"  look if you get me. But i get these strange white jagged edges.

These lines even comes with the final export. Is this a render issue or simply a bug? All i know, is that it is annoying.

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Hi Alphacolor,

hard to tell what might be the cause of the issue by just investigating a screenshot. Could you share the file in question (or a similar one) with us?

 

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Hi Alphacolor,

This is a result of anti-aliasing on the shapes causing a very slight bit of bleed from the shape below. You can modify the Coverage Map in the Blend Options dialog to remove this bleed.

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10 minutes ago, Sean P said:

Hi Alphacolor,

This is a result of anti-aliasing on the shapes causing a very slight bit of bleed from the shape below. You can modify the Coverage Map in the Blend Options dialog to remove this bleed.

Aaah so that's what the coverage map does! I did play with that a few times and wondered what it did, but couldn't see anything happening - now I know :).

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On 9/9/2019 at 9:57 AM, Sean P said:

Hi Alphacolor,

This is a result of anti-aliasing on the shapes causing a very slight bit of bleed from the shape below. You can modify the Coverage Map in the Blend Options dialog to remove this bleed.

Thank you, it worked some how. But now when i remove the bleed the black shapes is now very pixelated.

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