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  1. If this was meant to address the issue people are having with being able to import assets like the Frankentoon Propaganda Kit styles, I can say that it is still not working for me.
  2. I have the exact same issue. Same assets. Only I'm using a 2018 iPad (not pro) and was told that this would be addressed in the next update (which I was also told is coming soon). In fact, from the Frankentoon propaganda pack, the only thing I am able to load are the brushes. Everything else crashes the app.
  3. I have a number of assets that I've purchased from a reputable source - someone that has works featured in the samples section of the AD home page. Whenever I try to import them, the app freezes and then crashes. We're looking at a set of styles and some raster assets. I should note that I am working with AD on a new iPad, not a pro version. The creator says that these will work fine on an iPad Pro and that support can be expected in an update from you for the non-pro iPad. Any idea what I can do to resolve this issue or when an update will be forthcoming? Thanks!
  4. I am facing the same issues. Is there a fix for this? I've tried on iCloud, Dropbox, and directly on the iPad itself.
  5. But fuzzy dice! You can't have a road trip without some fuzzy rearview mirror dice! And thanks!
  6. Here's another illustration I did on my iPad. Also puppy themed. I may be slightly fixated. Love to hear what you think.
  7. Thanks! I'm really falling in love with this program. I'm using Procreate for my sketching and AD for the finishing work. The workflow feels good so far.
  8. Just finishing up my first piece in AD on the iPad. What else can I say? Space Puppies!
  9. The linear gradient was applied to a vector object. I'm not sure how exactly I fixed this issue, but it happened again in a new illustration I started - gradients old any type were basically uneducable with the fill tool. What fixed this was selecting an object (vector with gradient) opening the color wheel, setting the focus on the gradient fill, and then editing the fill. It's possible that it was applying it to a stroke that was set to zero. I"m not sure. Anyhow, thanks for the offer of assistance. I'll chalk this up to growing pains in learning the app.
  10. I'm new to Affinity Designer on the iPad, so forgive me for this. I have a linear gradient that I have applied and would like to reverse the gradient. The contextual menu shows "Reverse" as an option, but tapping that does nothing. Is there something I'm missing with this functionality? I can see that something is done by looking at the history, but the gradient doesn't change at all. The same can be said of the other buttons in the contextual menu, except for delete. Thanks in advance! Update: I've tried the tool in a new document with just a rectangle with a gradient applied to it and the tool works as expected. I also tried on a couple of the samples and it also works there. Any ideas as to what in a document could cause it to not function?
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