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Thread: rounded corners

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    I was wondering how you keep rounded corners from 'bulging' when resizing them?
    As you can seen in the image below that at point a it is a little bit wider/thicker than it is at point b. You can visually see this without much aid but if you notice the arrows at point a touch the edge of the blue where they do not at point b. The tips of the arrows are the same distance apart. How can I maintain the thickness at the corners without a bulge?

    Is it really just a matter of applying strokes? There's times where I might have a respectively smaller box inside of a larger box and I do not know if applying a super large stroke is the right solution.
    Any help will be greatly appreciated.


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