Overlapping of angle and lines

samot shared this question 2 years ago
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Hi,

in the picture angle description - beta - is overlapping with angle bisector and it is badly readable. Is it possible to hide part of angle bisector or set some white background/outline to text beta?

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If you introduce the beta as a text, linked to the point B, you can set its background color as the color of the angle (or in this case white) to cover the bisector

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This is exactly what I wanted, but how did you do it? When I set background color of text to white, there is big white rectangle.

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You can work with layers. Set the legs of the angle in a higher layer than the beta. So the white background will cover the bisector but not the legs of the angle.

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Alternative with 3 additional objects (shift point D)

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