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  1. Ok, so it is a bug then. Should I report it somewhere? Here's the workaround I used to end up with a pdf that does have embedded fonts: - Open the affinity designer file in affinity photo - Export the artboard as pdf from affinity photo I think the reason that this works is that my affinity designer installation is a purchase from the apple app store and my affinity photo app is a purchase from the https://affinity.serif.com/ website.
  2. I am trying to create a pdf file with fonts embedded. No matter which pdf preset I choose or which setting within a preset, the fonts are converted into curves. Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong here?
  3. I haven't found a way to do this and it would make my workflow much easier. I want to be able to create a keyboard shortcut that toggles the check box in the stroke panel titled "Scale with object"
  4. Hi MEB, I have tried this and it does not seem to change the dpi of the rasterized image. Here is what I just tried: 1) I created two new Designer files. One with the document DPI set to 72, the other set to 3000. 2) I dragged a jpg file with high resolutoin into both designer files. 3) I rasterized both images. The resolutions of the end results are the same. Is that how it is supposed to behave? rasterized_at_72dpi.afdesign rasterized_at_3000dpi.afdesign
  5. I've converted text which contains a lower case 'i' to curves. After I ungroup the text, and select the 'i', I see that the vertical bar and the dot are treated as one shape. How do I break it further down into objects?
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