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  1. FWIW, I had the same problem, but in reverse: the entire right sidebar would not appear for me in Draw Persona, but would in Pixel Persona. Resetting the studio as was advised here appears to have corrected the problem. I'm not sure if it's relevant, but I'm pretty sure the documents I was opening were created before the latest update, if that might have any bearing on things.
  2. Ben—thanks, I'll give that a shot. Ronnie—that's quite interesting. I'll make copies of my designs and experiment with them in the beta version and see if I come up with anything.
  3. Thanks. The only difference between the two files I've created so far is that background image placeholder. Otherwise, same fonts, same logo and headshot placeholder, and vector shapes.
  4. Hi all, I just joined the forum and this is my first post. I'm trying out the trial version of Affinity Designer, as I don't want to hassle with learning Illustrator when my work isn't that "intense," but I need a vector program more functional than what I was using before (Belight Software's Art Text 2). I own a small videography company, and we were using Art Text to design our graphics before we pulled them into Apple Motion to build and animate our templates. Part of what drew me to Affinity Designer is the option to export .psd, which would allow me to export one file and have it broken into layers within Motion, instead of having to deactivate all but one layer or "element" at a time, and export individual .pngs, as is my current workflow. So I tried that with this graphic I've put together in the trial version, but it exported a blank file. I open it in Photoshop, and get the message that it "Could not complete your request because an unexpected end-of-file was encountered." Affinity (Serif? Not sure how to address the team) asked me via Twitter to post the file here for support, so that's what I'm doing now. (Please note that the background image isn't part of the graphic itself, just a placeholder copied from the internet to visualize things and check the design against a background similar to what will be used in practice.) I do notice with another design that I've done that when I export, I see a progress bar, and that .psd came out right. However, within Motion, it doesn't give me the option to split the .psd into separate layers, and in Photoshop, the layers are getting flattened more than I need them to. (Perhaps I need to review the documentation on the latter topic.) If anyone here has experience with Motion, are there certain export settings needed to make this work? Thanks in advance. El Segundo Graphics Mockup.afdesign
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