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  1. I am running Affinity Publisher 1.10.5 and Affinity Designer 1.10.5 on macOS 12.5. A colleague sent me an .ai file and a PDF of that .ai file. The files use a single typeface, which we both have installed on our systems. When I import either file into either app, the graphics look perfect. But all of the text is completely garbled. I can select the text, but it's complete gibberish. (See attached image.) If anyone can explain to me, or point me to a resource explanation, as two why the text is garbled -- and perhaps to make it not garbled -- I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you!
  2. I'm migrating from using Autodesk Graphic to Affinity's suite of products. In Graphic, I can create the distinctive type of gradient seen in the attached image by using the "Angle" gradient with an Angle of 30 degrees. Affinity Designer has no equivalent command. This help page mentions changing the angle (https://affinity.help/designer/en-US.lproj/index.html?page=pages/Clr/gradientEditor.html?title=Gradient editing) but I've yet to find a way to create an "angle" look, like in the attached sample. Can someone point me to some instructions that might help me re-create this effect in any of the Affinity products? Thank you!
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