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  1. I agree.. this is major issue. I know you say its not trivial to fix. But why free software programs like Photopea support text psd export but a paid professional software like Affinity Designer does not???
  2. Ok, it appears I may be wrong. I am using a tool called Photopea to convert the pdf to a psd and for some reason it is opening at double the size. THe reason I am using Photopea to do the conversion s because when exporting as PSD from Affinity it is flattening my text. So needed a free in between tool to convert it with font text. Does anyone know if any other free tool to do this?
  3. This one is pretty simple to duplicate. When I export to pdf. The export is double the size of the actual export. e.g. my Canvas was 1000px wide. When I export it comes out in PDF as 2000px wide?
  4. Glennweb

    Editing text in psd

    Guys, this one is killing me. I am using Adobe XD for prototyping and for spec exporting. However, the text being converted to images is a death blow. Affinity does not even need to worry about all these cloud prototyping and exporting tools if they can just fix the export to psd. There is also a problem with masks not being correctly formatted. Yes, I can export to PDF and then use something like Photopea to then export to PSD. But the problem is the pdf export is exporting at double the size? i.e. my canvas is 1000 pixels wide, its exporting as 2000
  5. vote++ One my major issues is creating spec documents for developers. Obviously currently this is not available in affinity designer. However there are various companies that offer the ability to create design specs from PSD files. Which is great, because I can at least export the psd from Affinity Designer. However, the text is being rasterised during export so none of the font-color, font-size information etc is available in the spec. As a work around, I have exported as pdf, and then used photopea. A free tool, that will import the pdf, and export as PSD, with the fonts. I then use this generated psd to generate my Design Specs.
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