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How to render AiToon lines that is overlapping?

I am working on a project and I am using AiToon for the first time. What I was trying to do is to render all the edges of a staircase. However, it looks like the edges that is overlapped is not rendering ( plz see the images, I don't know how to explain it properly). What should I do to get those edges rendered properly?
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@Lee Griggs
The Angle threshold is already set to 0, and its not working.
The steps are one object, but I built them from a single cube using extrude and such, and without combining other polygons. Its impossible to be separated further.

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I would remodel them as separate steps.

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Lee Griggs answered ·

Does reducing the Angle Threshold help?

Are the steps one object? If so try separating them.

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