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  1. Thanks for your reply. You guys are so good at responding here. So these 200 vector brushes aren't strictly vector at all, not even in Affinity Designer. I was already sure that the textured brushes weren't vector, but it's disappointing to find these new brushes aren't either. Anything lined up to add true vector brushes a la Adobe Illustrator to the road map of new features? Bob.
  2. Please can anyone help, I have downloaded and installed the box set brushes and when adding a stroke to text and selecting a brush (ie Estavez in the Turbo Rad Set) upon exporting as a .pdf the font is vector but the stroke is rasterized. I've tried all the pdf export settings, plus those for .wmf and others but can get no vector strokes. (see attached) The stroke in Affinity Designer also does not look like a vector object. Bob,
  3. Looks like Dell have joined the party - link - http://www.theverge.com/2016/11/2/13500308/dell-just-teased-its-own-surface-studio-pc Bob.
  4. It's a bit of a deal-breaker for me, I don't really want to switch applications to disable fonts in Suitcase, when a font search facility in AD would solve the problem. Whilst on the subject, is there any reason why the font list couldn't be extended to accommodate more fonts on view at a time, 25 in the list would help.
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