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I've got three triangular shapes, converging towards a single points. Even though I've chosen inline stroke alignment, the strokes cross at the converging anchor point (see picture). How do I prevent this from happening?

Thanks in advance!

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I usually make the stroke->cap & corner-> round cap & round join. Then, if you don´t like rounded corners, you can cover them with a simple triangle. But there is another problem in that shape. The 3 green shapes don´t match. So you need to go in:

apparence-> and grab the stroke to put before the fill. This will adjust the weird online stroke.

  • Hi and thanks, but the stroke already appears before the fill in all shapes :/ – Comfort Eagle Oct 25 '16 at 8:52
  • It should be after the fill, sorry. You must grab it down...This image could help you i.imgur.com/w3XWl0l.png – FlexArt Oct 25 '16 at 11:55
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u can try expand for your object after that u can edit her points

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    Hi Nur Hafidz. Welcome to GDSE and thanks for contributing. Could you expand your answer a bit to include how to do this and why this would work. We aim more at educating users than at telling them what buttons to click. Thanks and keep contributing! – PieBie Oct 25 '16 at 6:48

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