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  1. Thanks DM1 for your reply! As far as I can tell, I cannot unzip the .afbrushes file. You are right that the original file was zipped. Like you write, I used Documents to unzip the original file and was left with the brushes file, next to two other files (a movie file and an image file). When I try to import the unzipped .afbrushes file with Affinity Designer on iPad, AD does not recognize it. Do I misunderstand and should Documents unzip the .afbrushes file?
  2. Hi, First time contributor I am trying to import a third-party vector brush pack into Affinity Designer for iPad. Unfortunately, AD doesn’t recognize the file - its icon is grayed out in the Files dialog. In the Brushes panel, I tap on Import Brushes... and in the Files dialog, I navigate to the folder with the brush pack. (I checked the file name and its extension is .afbrushes) Nevertheless, Affinity Designer will not recognize the brushes file. I then proceeded to try other third-party brush packs, such as this one https://forum.affinity.serif.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=42210 or this one https://forum.affinity.serif.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=3008 but with the same result: Affinity Designer for iPad will not recognize the file and grays out its icon. Please advise! Thanks, Marco
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