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How to round the corners in a vector layer

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When I try to round the corners made of two lines with a vector, it gets dirty (I'll put an image on it). Is there a solution?
Answer please.

Published date : 3 days ago

Updated date : 3 days ago

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  • 3 days ago
    I don't know the details of the operation screen on tablets / smartphones, but the basics are the same, so it's a Windows screen.

    Vector lines cannot be adjusted with parameters, so I think they are almost a good idea.
    There are various methods, so I don't think which one is correct. (Because the conditions of the environment and goals are different)
    Basically, I don't think your operation is wrong.

    As an example
    1) A state in which they are connected by a straight line. There are 3 control points.
    2) Add control points before and after the corner (forecasting the curve width)
    3) Select the corner control point and execute "Switch corner".
    4) If the curve does not come out as expected, move the control point.
    5) After adjustment.

    By the way, the square control point is "with corners". Circular control points are "no corners".
    Try & error a few times & find your own way ...?
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  • 3 days ago
    Certainly it was done beautifully that way. Thank you very much.
    I have never used the control point sub tool before.
    It was very helpful.
    Thank you for the other answers. I would like to make mistakes in thinking with reference to these as well.
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