Been seeing this a bit more than usual lately, so figured I'd throw together this little how-to so I don't have to ever look at corner-humps ever again.
Shitty rounded corners are one of my biggest design pet peeves. This happens when you increase/decrease the overall size of a duplicate stacked object, but not increase the radius of the corners. For shame!
Sometimes you don't have the convenience of expand path in illustrator and have to build stacked objects by hand. If so, and you don't know how to do it – now you do (of course you already know how to do this!).
Pass it on.
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