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Vector objects are displayed incorrectly

Mar 15, 2013 5:27 PM

Tags: #vector #cs6 #vectors #vector_shapes

Hi!

 

I am using Flash CS6. I need to draw a small vector icons (about 14x14).

 

Simple example: I draw a rounded rectangle with corner radius  "2". Here is a resulting image from Flash (14x14, 100% scale):

Screen-Shot-2013-03-16-at-2.02.56-AM.png

As you can see, top corners are not drawed correctly, and bottom corners looks like radius is "1", not "2".

 

And here is what I expect (from Photoshop):

Screen-Shot-2013-03-16-at-2.02.56-AM.png

 

The same thing happens after importing icon from Illustrator to Flash as editable path - icon is distorted. But when I impoting it as bitmap - it looks exactly the same as in Illustrator. Only vector shapes showing incorrectly.

 

How can I fix it?

 
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    Mar 15, 2013 6:25 PM   in reply to evgeny-vk

    Neither of those appear to be vector objects as evidenced by the presence of pixels.  I don't understand why you label them as 14x14 at 100%.  If anything they are signicantly magnified.  Below is a 14x14 vector rectangle with a corner rounding of 2 shown at 800% drawn in Flash CS3. 

     

    1414.jpg

     
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    Mar 16, 2013 4:53 AM   in reply to evgeny-vk

    Vector objects do not display pixels.  Your screenshots are not vectors and if you magnify them the pixels will display.

     
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    Mar 16, 2013 2:14 PM   in reply to evgeny-vk

    If you really do have vector objects, try checking the "shape hints" box.

     
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