(In Sketch, the app.)
I’m trying to create a shape that is symmetrical on the vertical axis.
I made one half of the shape, duplicated it, flipped the duplicate, then grouped the two together into one object using the
Unionjoin menu option.
This is almost what I want, except that when displaying the border for the object, the vertical line where I joined the two objects still appears.
Is there a way to combine the two union’ed vector shapes so that one vector path goes around the outside outline?
I believe the equivalent in Photoshop is the
Merge Shape Componentsoption. I can’t seem to find the equivalent in Sketch.
- Select the layers that you wish to combine.
- Press the “Union” button in the tool bar, or from the to menu, choose Layer > Combine > Union. (You already got to this point, of course.)
- Layer > Paths > Flatten will merge the shapes into the same path.