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I expect this has been asked before but I can't find it elsewhere.

I have a road layer which is styled based on the value in a particular field. Where roads join or intersect, the styling at the intersection is darker then elsewhere in the feature. See image below.

How do I make the intersections the same depth of colour as the adjacent lines?

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    Does the style value change the layer transparency? Set transparency to 0% and set the draw order, or symbol levels, so that the lighter lines draw on top of the darker ones. – mixedbredie Aug 2 '17 at 22:47
  • Reversed symbol levels as suggested and now perfect. Thanks. – Bill C Aug 2 '17 at 23:13
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It looks like the style value changes the layer transparency. Set transparency to 0% and reverse the draw order, or symbol levels, so that the lighter lines draw on top of the darker ones.

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An alternative way that this style can be created is if the Layer blending mode or Feature blending mode (more likely this option) is changed to 'Multiply'. Changing this back to 'Normal' will also remove that transparency effect.

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