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  1. Same issue. In my case, I found that was occure when I have a PostScript Type 1 font. If I convert my text to curves, I have no issue anymore. It's OK when I have just one page, but when I have several pages, it's a real problem.
  2. You're right @MEB and @JimmyJack ! It's exactly that! Thanks all of you! Thanks a lot!
  3. All is create in Affinity Designer. @Joachim_L What is your export preferences?
  4. Affinity Designer 1.7.3 MacOS 10.14.5 Screenshot of the PDF : you see that the stroke are no more one but two.
  5. I know, the stroke is very thin but it must do. Anyway, it's the same issue with a bigger stroke. Tampon RetA.afdesign
  6. Hi! When I export in PDF (or SVG) my file with a stroke, width 1 pt (for example), I have no more one stroke but two strokes with a background to make the line. It's very annoying because my machine can only manage the strokes. How can I fix it?
  7. Oh my god! This is it! This things was driving me crazy. Thanks a lot.
  8. Hi! Sometimes, when I subtract two curves, the result is not what I expect. In the example in my screenshot, I should have a hole. It's not. What am I not doing right? NB I just realized that the video starts just before I click the subtract button. Make Pause, so you can compare before and after. Enregistrement de l’écran 2020-01-21 à 09.49.11.mov
  9. Hi! I’m joining to this topic. I’m waiting the integration of Antidote inside Publisher, two great softwares working together. Thanks. Kévin
  10. Unfortunatly, it's a big one. Maybe I can create a small one.
  11. I export: PDF/X-1a Overprint black option some text with only black and some with the black with overprinting option -> Don't work too
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