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  1. There a quite a few things in SVGs that the Affinity applications can’t handle. Out of the (probably many) possible options, one might be to check the ggplot2 export options to see if you can export in the simplest way possible – e.g. no CSS/HTML code, no clip-paths, etc. Other than that you may have to do various manual changes to the SVG before using it which could affect the overall accuracy of your plot and that could cause further problems ‘down the road’.
  2. Given the original direction of the thread, would you say that losing the point of it was a good thing or a bad thing?
  3. When posting images it’s often good to say what kind of processing you have done to each one so people can get an idea of the work which went into it. I would suggest posting one image per post (same thread, multiple posts) giving a short (or long) description of what has been done to each image. It doesn’t need to be detailed if you don’t want to do that, or can’t remember the exact steps, just some idea of what was done, and maybe why, as that’s often interesting/useful. By doing so you could give other people some ideas of things they might like to try for themselves, otherwise it’s just a bunch of images with no context.
  4. Possibly more common – I don’t have the statistics to hand – but you asked which other phrases started with “sons of” and I gave two. I don’t think this is particularly relevant here though, do you?
  5. Sons of God? Sons of the West? Just two that spring to mind. I understood that it might have been expressed as some kind of insult but I was willing to give the OP the benefit of the doubt and, maybe, make some kind of retraction if they wanted to.
  6. From the sounds of it you need to clip the red letter inside the black letter – see attached image. Drag the red letter on the Layers Panel under the name of the black letter until you get a semi-transparent blue rectangle which doesn't go all the way across the Layers Panel. Note: You will probably need to use Artistic Text rather than Frame Text.
  7. Probably, but I would like to see a bit more ‘meat on the bones’ as to what the issue is.
  8. Again, I don’t understand what you mean by that. And that’s even less understandable (to me at least).
  9. If you purchased the licence for use of the software directly from Serif, they have 14-day refund period – you can email affinityreturns@serif.com to start that process. If you purchased from Apple or Microsoft then you would need to contact the company you purchased from to see if you can get a refund - Serif have no control over purchases from other companies.
  10. I don’t understand what you mean by that. Would you be able to explain more-clearly what you think the problem is?
  11. The information is there in the feature list as I showed above. I don’t understand what you mean by that. The bottom line here is that Serif need to make money to continue trading and updating the software. Since they don’t use a subscription-based licencing model they need to get that money some other way. Asking users to pay for major upgrades is the way they have decided to do that. That’s just how it is.
  12. Can you explain what you mean by this and under which circumstances it comes up?
  13. Welcome to the forums @Marko Grafiko See here (for example): https://affinity.serif.com/en-gb/photo/full-feature-list/ As you can see, it’s all explained and ‘above-board’.
  14. “Join”, “composite”, “segment” (to a degree), “alter” and “visible area” are quite vague. Can you show us what you have got and an example of the sort of thing you want to make? Once we know the starting point and a possible end point we can better advise on the path from one to the other.
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