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  1. Mike, Thanks for your explanation. I uploaded to GD and shot the link over to you in a PM. Thanks so much for your assistance.
  2. I'm working with a company that utilizes Adobe Illustrator - but of course, I don't use AI. I use Affinity Designer. I assured the design team that I'd be able to import their AI files, edit, and then export to AI, and the process would be seamless. However, it doesn't appear that this is the case, because whenever I import the AI file into AD, half imports correctly, and half does not. Am I doing something wrong, or is there a specific way I need to import/export AI files into AD that I'm not aware of?
  3. Thanks for your responses. Thanks so much for this - it might be a workaround for now. It sounds like I should be able to open up the document I have in Photoshop, save edit and save each layer as their own document, and then open them up inside of Affinity Photo and be able to accomplish the same thing - does this sound about right? Ridiculous, I know. I own the Adobe suite (thanks to a friend that gave me a license), but I HATE using Adobe products. I find the software too bulky and just not as user-friendly as Affinity. Ha.
  4. After further investigation (and an explanation from a friend that actually knows PS, because I don't), what I am actually referencing here is Smart Objects and the ability to edit a PSD file with Smart Objects inside of Affinity Photo.
  5. Thanks for your reply. I know about what you're referencing, but it only seems to apply to the topical layers. In this example, there are disclosure triangles, yes. When you click the triangles to view the layers in that group, there are no additional triangles. In Photoshop when you reach this point, you can right click on a layer (Where additional layers are hidden? That's the only way I can describe it.) and select "Edit Contents" and you can edit the layers within those layers. However, in Affinity Photo, there's no way to do this (that I know of). Hoping someone can help.
  6. I have a PSD file where there are multiple editable layers grouped together within a single layer. In Photoshop, you would open the layer, right click on the 'sub' layer you wish to edit, and click Edit Contents. Attached is a PDF where on Page 2, it will give the steps I'm referencing. When I attempt to do this in Affinity Photo, there is no such option. Am I missing something? Thanks in advance. Help.pdf
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    Affinity Designer - 1.5.2

    Thank you - yes, that worked. I uploaded the zip file to Google Drive - here's the link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B_Oi6VO8r8hlSG1IWkdLeE1xRnc?usp=sharing I've also attached it here just in case. 1.0.zip
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    Affinity Designer - 1.5.2

    After downloading the update this morning, I'm now getting an Unhandled Exeption error. The error reads: An Unhandled Exception has occurred and the application cannot continue. The Crash Reporter will be displayed after the application exits. Code: 0x80004003 I've also attached a screenshot.
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