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Karol Rzadczyk

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  1. Hi Affinity Team, In 1.7 this was present as well but not as much as in 1.8 So usually when I work I prefer to have all illustrations for animation/explainer in one file. So those projects are heavy usually around 20-40 artboards with textures, gradients and so on. The attached screencast shows those distortions when I need to duplicate or move/resize the artboard. Sometimes it's fast, sometimes longer and it even crashed 2 or 3 times. My specs: Mac Pro (Late 2013) 3 GHz 10-Core Intel Xeon E5 64 GB 1866 MHz DDR3 AMD FirePro D300 2 GB Tried changing in Performance from OpenGL to Metal but without any results. Video of the problem: affinity_pixelated_artboards.mp4
  2. Hi all, I'm very frustrated about the new 1.8.x. I'm experiencing a lot of crashes when need to for example copy/paste from Affinity to Illustrator or when export files. Other problem is that in my opinion backups are not saved, I mean files are created but after failure file looks like the one was last saved for example now I have lost 30min of work... I'm working on 3 different macs each of them crashed at least 2 times in the past 3--4 days: 1. Mac Pro (2013) - Catalina (10.15.3) 2. Macbook Pro (2015) - Catalina (10.15.3) 3. iMac (2011) - High Sierra (latest one) And none of them was able to retrieve the file changes, last save loaded in all crash. Please help, Karol
  3. Hi Guys, I really love to work inside affinity but because I do illustrations for explanatory videos there is a need to move all those graphics to ai so animator will be able to properly import them inside after effects. At this moment I usually recreate all file structure inside Illustrator because I do not know how to export to eps/pdf/svg or any other vector format with preserving layer structure and names. I'm 99% sure in the earlier version of affinity this was possible, I'm now using the latest version 1.6.1. Could someone help me? Thanks in advance.
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