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  1. Sorry, I just realised I made a typo. Where my original post says "If i export it to png, and import it back to Affinity Designer rasterised or not, remove the white background, the gradient layer doesn't fade as it should." I meant to say "if I export to pdf...". I can't seem to edit the original post for some reason.
  2. Hi, to clarify I am having issues exporting to eps and pdf, not png. If eps doesn't support transparency then do you know the best way to export the file for t shirt printing purposes?
  3. Hi all, I've research this issue but I still have yet to find a solution. My issue is that I am trying to export an Affinity Designer file to pdf and eps with a transparent background but the proposed solutions have not worked. For context, my file has a gradient layer applied. I have also attached the file for you to refer to the issue. These are the following things I've tried so far but have not worked: 1. Document setup > transparent background 2. Export to pdf (for export) and export to pdf (for print) 3. Rasterise the gradient layer and export to pdf (for export) 4. Check/uncheck the View > Show Image/Document Background in the Preview program on Mac Exporting to png works fine and shows the transparent background. If i export it to png, and import it back to Affinity Designer rasterised or not, remove the white background, the gradient layer doesn't fade as it should. I also tested drawing a rectangle on a transparent background, but upon exporting to pdf the transparent background does not show, instead it produces a white background. I would greatly appreciate help on this :) TrackShirt_Minimal.pdf TrackShirt_Minimal Upload.afdesign
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