Unless you are constrained to storing the actual images in the database, consider storing their locations (i.e., path or URL), which are just strings.Urthas Today, 20:52
OK, but I think that it is all those polygon conversions that is causing the extra lines to appear. You can still construct the path using only ellipses and convert the final result to a polygon.d_stranz Today, 19:45
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