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#1 posted 09-15-2016 10:48 PM

Looking at your problem B, I see you have an issue that goes beyond just the angle.
The mitered edges of your door creates an overlay that goes beyond full overlay.
There are some specialty hinges that do something like this, but not on an odd angle relative to the cabinet.

You might consider adding a fixed “filler” on both front and back corners that will make your angled turn then use doors with 90 degree edges with the appropriate overlay angled hinge to your case.

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