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  1. OK, this is kind of a pain in the butt... I guess some kind of preflight function is pretty high on the ToDo-list (please say it is so). Finding overflowing or overlapping text frames is quite a pain especially if you have hundreds of pages. As a long time Indesign user I put the preflight pretty high on the "really need this one" list.
  2. I'm Paul Söderholm (aka Gnurf) and I have been looking for a replacement for Xara Designer Pro since I switched to mac for about 5 years ago. On my previous Mac I used Virtualbox with Windows 7 only to run Xara Designer. With my new Mac I don't want the hazzle with VM:s and Windows, and therefor went for Affinity Designer which looks really promising. With Xara Designer I created vector cartoon characters for stock sites like iStock and Shutterstock (one of my galleries here http://www.shutterstock.com/g/gnurf ). I have been busy with other projects for a few years but now I feel it wo
  3. Hello, I'm new to the forum so apologies if this question has been asked before. Anyway, I now and then create vector stock images and this is the first time I've done the work with Affinity Designer, mainly because I cannot stand Adobe Illustrator. But the problem is that stock agencies usually demand you send them Illustrator compatible eps files. Therefor I always check the final art in Illustrator. When importing the eps (and pdf) files I created with Affinity, I noticed that the gradient fills have been rasterized to bitmaps (this is a usual phenomena with other programs as well).
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