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Cealcrest

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    snowboarding. reading. illustration.

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  1. In answer to my own question, upon export from APub it appears that the vector elements are indeed scaled up to whatever the chosen DPI is. The Resource Manager needs to reflect this in some way to avoid user consternation, please.
  2. Irrelevant. Obviously raster portions would not be able to scale. If an AD file is all vectors, there should not be an issue with scaling. I need a solution. Do I have to scale up the *vector artwork* in AD to the exact size I want it in APub? Because that seems quite lame and inflexible. I thought the idea with vectors was you could place and scale to heart's desire without any worry. I'll try exporting to an ACTUAL vector format. Quite frustrated by this goofiness. InDesign doesn't have this problem!
  3. I placed a vector AD file into my APub project and the Resource Manager is telling me the dpi is 79 even though the AD dpi setting is 300. How do I get APub to use 300 dpi for this file? Thank you!
  4. That's so weird. I'm running AD on a Mac as well, but I don't have that white rectangle. However, I am waiting to update to Big Sur and the newest AD update (made for Big Sur), because I heard there were issues with both of them. What version of AD are you running, @Claudio Bartolini?
  5. This appears to explain why the CMYK was printing poorly, but it doesn't really explain why the JPGs were also printing poorly, right? Am I misunderstanding? Sorry, I read the whole thread and would really like to understand this issue since I also have plans to sell printable files down the road.
  6. Happy Christmas! Do something thrilling! (Balancing out all the "be safes" lol)
  7. Thank you to all who contributed to this thread. I think I'll wait to update Affinity until there is an actual update with new features.
  8. I have the same question (that was never answered). Does anyone know how to do this?
  9. Now that Adobe is set to release Illustrator for iPad this year, Affinity won’t be able to rest on the laurels it won last year for best iPad apps. Direct competition will hopefully push them to develop some of these pro tools that users have been requesting for years. What can I say? I’m an optimist.
  10. Does anyone know of something along the lines of an upcoming features list or implementation schedule that’s been posted? Tried searching.
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