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About AdamStanislav

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  • Birthday 04/23/1950

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  1. My SVG viewer? I always view my SVG files in several viewers, including two different web browsers as well as opening the SVG in Affinity Designer. All I am asking is how do I turn your color management off. Just put the same colors into the SVG file that I have chosen for the .afdesign file.
  2. This is so frustrating. When I create a new document, AD insists on managing my colors. Why? Why, why, why?! My monitor is properly calibrated and the system (Windows 10) driver manages the colors. But AD thinks I want it to manage the colors, too. So, after carefully choosing the right look, and exporting the image to SVG or other format, the result looks disastrous. Why is AD doing this? And how do I turn it off? There seems to be no way to turn it off. There is a myriad of options for a profile, but there is no do nothing option.
  3. AdamStanislav

    Typeface design (WIP)

    Ahoj, Miloš. Take a look at FontForge, which works on all current operating systems.
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    I actually like the lack of details in this image. It adds to the dark mystery and sneakiness of what it portrays. It came, it abducted, it vanished. Bam! Not enough time for anyone to notice any details. Well done, tro!
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    A Font

    Just to keep you updated, I have added many new symbols and have just uploaded the new version (1.0.3) at the same address.
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    A Font

    Yes, thank you, they were very useful, as were many other tools. For example, the shape assigned to the letter P started off as a simple square. I then placed a large vertically centered circle to the left of the center of the square. I duplicated the circle and placed the duplicate same distance to the right of the center. I selected all three shapes and had AD subtract the circles from the square. That gave me the vertical beam of the design. All I had to do next was duplicate the vertical beam, rotate it 90° and add the result to the vertical beam. The shape assigned to the letter e used the same technique, except I started with a circle instead of a square. It took me a while to figure out how to create the shape assigned to the letter T. It finally occurred to me that I had to start with two partially overlapping vertically aligned circles, add them to one path and then continue with the same technique mentioned above. AD makes it all so simple!
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    A Font

    While Beta testing the Windows AD and trying to learn what it can do, I used it to design a font. This image shows some of the font: And here is the address where you can view/download the font if you so desire.
  8. I created a simple text to test whether, upon SVG export, the text is converted to curves as requested (it does, thanks) and I assigned it a radial color gradient. I chose the SVG for web preset. The text consisted of just three characters and an exclamation point (see Aha!.afdesign ). It converted it properly to four separate paths. It, however, created four separate SVG radialGradients, one for each of the characters. All four were identical. There should only have been one radialGradient, which should have the been assigned to each path. Here is the SVG it created: Aha!.svg
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    Inexact description

    That has no relevance for this. This thread is about a polygon in an SVG file opened in AD, a file which has a polygon (actually many of them) drawn using the SVG polygon element, which, as its official definition says, “defines a closed shape consisting of a set of connected straight line segments.” When opened in AD, all those polygons show as curves, not as polygons, as clearly illustrated in the enclosed screen cap. Why is it that every time someone reports some issue with the Beta on this forum, it is like having a tooth pulled? People start jumping at him, quoting all kinds of straw men, trying to prove him wrong. Why? We are volunteering our time and resources to Beta test a product someone else will make a ton of money on, yet we are treated as we were a stupid bunch of nincompoops. Adam
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    Inexact description

    Except it doesn’t. It says curve.
  11. AdamStanislav

    Inexact description

    Well, English isn’t my native tongue. But in my own language I was always taught there were straight lines and there were curved lines. So, a curve is a special kind of line, but a line, let alone a straight line, is not a special kind of curve. Anyway, as I said, this is not a major issue to me, so I have no interest in getting into a debate here.
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    Inexact description

    Why? Dictionary.com says a curve is “a continuously bending line, without angles.” Polygons consist of straight lines with angles. As NFG suggested, calling them paths would make more sense. Though I would just call them polygons. B)