I'm having some trouble understanding the difference between the various WidthMarkerFlags for applying varied stroke widths with AIBeautifulStrokes. The different options all seem to produce the same results, but none of them are what I need. Here I've added a tinted blue line to show the 1-pt minimum stroke width I want, yet they all curve to make a narrower width of about .4 in the middle.
I'd expected kCornerWidthMarker to make a linear taper between markers, but it doesn't. In fact, I converted all of these paths to outlines and stacked them to find that they're all exactly alike -- the WidthMarkerFlags made no difference whatsoever! Am I using them wrong, or is this a bug?
Sorry for the late response. I hope the problem is resolved by now. If not, kindly try the developer console website (https://console.adobe.io/servicesandapis), select Illustrator from the product list, and you should be able to download the required documentation to learn more about the SDK.
Kindly update this thread if you need further assistance. We'd be happy to help.