Can't you just assing a stroke to each of the triangles? And if that doesn't suit you, could you please show a screenshot and a sketch of what you want to achieve?
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You should be able to:
1) Draw a vertical path down the centre;
2) With that only selected, Object>Path>Divide Objects Below;
3) Apply the same Stroke Weight/Colour and different Fill Colours to the resulting two paths.
My guess is that the width of the rectangle is greater than the height by twice the corner radius so that both triangles have one sharp corner and two rounded ones.
Zola could probably try assing a stroke, but I'm not sure the stroke would be amused....
Sorry, no hit for that one in my dictionary. Could you explain the joke, please?
I meant assign, and yes, I've got a problem with typos. Sometimes one or the other finds its way into the web. Sorry if I have insulted anyone.
Doug Katz wrote:
Zola could probably try assing a stroke…
I usually have more fun doing it the other way around.
Monika, your contributions here are enormously and consistently valuable. I am always eager to read your analyses and solutions.
I know you meant assign, and you certainly insulted no one... at least no one with a sense of humor.
"A s s" is the word for one's backside... derriere. My immaturity compelled me to comment on your innocent transposition of letters.
Thank you very much Jacob!
This has got me to exactly where I wanted.
You are welcome, Zola.