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  1. Eddie, the software is amazing!!! It converts directly to Affinity Publisher! Amazing!!!! Thank you!
  2. The other issue with Serif' Draw Plus, is that it doesn't work on the MAC. Having auto-trace in Affinity Designer will take care of everyone. PC and MAC.
  3. Everything working well now with the new 1.8 version of affinity products 😀
  4. Everything working well now with the new 1.8 version of affinity products 😀
  5. Thank you garrettm30 and MikeW! After carefully analyzing the files I needed to convert, I decided that I will re-create them from scratch in Publisher. That would be best in my case anyway. Cheers!!!
  6. Thank you garrettm30. Great solutions! You are very kind. I wonder if Adobe has a 30 day trial for Indesign. I'll check.
  7. Great suggestions MikeW. These look like great products. I found the Markzware's utility, but is a $140/year subscription or $199 to buy. I only have a few document to convert and can't justify the cost. The same thing with Viva Designer $399. So far, I can't find the free script from Peter Kahrel.
  8. Thank you MikeW, I am on a MAC. Do you have some web links where I can find these? I'll do a search to see what I can come up with. Thanks again!
  9. So, I need to subscribe to Adobe in order to open my previous INDD files in InDesign and save them as IDML files in order to open them in Publisher 1.8?
  10. I agree, it is very misleading to call these vector brushes. Vectors are resolution free that can be used at any size without lost of quality. This makes vector brushes in AD obsolete in most cases. Not good if you are running an illustration or graphics company that requires real vector brushes to achieve many looks. I don't think AD vector brushes should be called "VECTOR BRUSHES" if the vector capabilities are not there when it comes to independent resolution at any size. That's what VECTOR is. This is very disappointing
  11. Thanks for the reply! That’s what I was afraid of. So most vector brushes are for lower end work that don’t require printing at large sizes? Why even bother with them, unless you are printing small or the web? I was under the impression that vector work was supposed to be math based and look good at any size. Is this not true?
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