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I'm trying to align object in inkscape to make a heart shape but when alligning there is a very small space between the two objects. How can I get rid of that space ?

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As you can see in the picture, where the object half circle meets the square there is a very tiny white line. That's what I want to get rid off.

PS: Crosspost but I think here is more suited.

  • Can you share the .svg file? – samcarter Sep 2 at 12:59
  • @samcarter sure gofile.io/?c=gdCHSe – Ced Sep 2 at 14:37
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    Thanks! I think this probably a rendering issue because the width of the white line seems to change with different zoom levels. Anyway, if you want to combine the shapes in a heart shape, I suggest the path->Union option to combine the two shapes into a single one. – samcarter Sep 2 at 14:48
  • @samcarter oh yeah, it disappears when doing that! thanks. (I'll accept answer if you post is as one) – Ced Sep 2 at 14:59
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    There are easier ways to make heart shapes in Inkscape by the way. – Billy Kerr Sep 2 at 15:27
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I think this probably a rendering issue because the width of the white line seems to change with different zoom levels.

Anyway, if you want to combine the shapes in a heart shape, I suggest the path->Union option to combine the two shapes (left in the image below) into a single one (right):

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