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    Stair bottom part with weird "tooth"

    Hi everybody. I have made stairs in sketch mode. Bottom part of stairs has weird "tooth", and i want it smooth . In photo you will see the problem.



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    Check your sketch, is the line there in 1 piece? It looks like it is multiple pieces of line/arc. Is that necessary for this shape?

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    It's all one segment.

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