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I have two objects (pink A and white B) in Inkscape, see the screenshot below:

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When drawing is rasterized there are artifacts in the form of pink pixels from underlying object A:

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I have tried clipping object B to match shape of object A as shown below, but that didn't help.

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What is the proper way to have two objects and produce clean image without seeing underlying object?

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    Before applying the difference or clipping, make sure that the lower side of the first path is lower than the lower side of the second path. Nov 23, 2015 at 7:35
  • @PaoloGibellini, thanks, I did that, see that on the first screenshot object B (white) overlaps object A (pink). Nov 23, 2015 at 11:14

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You can use path - difference to remove the white object B from Object A. (Ensure that the baseline of object B is not within object A but extends the baseline of object A). Once the object B is subtracted, now when you rasterize, you get a clean image without any underlying object.

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This is the final image you get when you use the above method.

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