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x-wolf

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  1. hi, I have two main problems with DESIGNER V2 on iPadPro: 1. i want to save my designer documents in iCloud, as before, so that i can continue to edit them on the desktop mac with DESIGNER V2 and archive them. but it only saves the files stationary on the iPad instead of in the iClod folder, as before in version 1. now i have to laboriously copy each file over, which is counterproductive for synchronicity. 2. also in the iPad version: if i change the blend mode for an object/layer and then select another object, the blend mode jumps back to the previous setting. only if i close the document immediately after the change, the new blend mode setting remains. thank you
  2. hello, I want to create vector brushes for Designer, at the moment I already was successful with black and grey shape on transparent background with the PNG-file-format. If I use the brush which is made from the black pixel shape it keeps black even if I give the stroke a colour, the grey ones show some colour but not the full saturation. I checked the exsisting standard brushes and saw the image ist white, but if I use a white shape on transparent background, the brush stroke keeps white. What kind of image is needed to create a vector brush to get a brush stroke with the colour which is chosen on the colour panel? Does it need another trancparency value? Or a different file format than PNG? Thanks in advance.
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