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  1. Hello @GabrielM Thanks for your reply. After testing I found the reason causing a "damaged file" message. I had imported an image in my file on the iPad. I deleted that layer and then saved as a copy and now it opens fine. I assume it's because the jpg image I imported is not embedded within the Affinity file and it results in a broken link, as in Adobe Illustrator. Do you know if there's any ways that the image file gets embedded so I don't have to delete this jpg each time I want to work on desktop? As a suggestion for future updates to the desktop app, it would be nice if it would let you open it anyway and just tell you that some files (image in this case) are missing. At least you're not blocked in the process, and you're free to fix it or not. I think Adobe handles that quite nicely. Thanks
  2. Hello, I've been mostly drawing in Affinity Designer for iPad Pro, but when I want to open it on my MacBook Pro with Affinity Designer for Desktop, it says it can't open the file as it seems damaged. I tried saving the file from the iPad on Dropbox, iCloud or even on my local storage then send it back to my Mac with Airdrop, and I always end up with the same message. Any solutions? I was hoping to be able to switch to Affinity Designer on desktop to edit files I start on the iPad. Thanks
  3. Hey Elfred, Thanks for the reply. Indeed this option seems to do the trick I was looking for, thanks for sharing! I would still add a suggestion though, being that once we select the sculpt option, it should automatically detect the line being rectified. This would avoid always switching to the select tool then switching back to the pencil. Or maybe there is also a trick for this I didn’t discover? If not then it would be a great addition. It’s a nice to have though, I can already work like that. Thanks for producing such an amazing app on iPad and at an affordable price. It changed my workflow for the best. Cheers
  4. Hey, Just bought Affinity Designer on iPad Pro and it is really impressive. I do have one important feature request though that is currently lacking. It would be really better if we could resume or rectify a line we just drew. In Adobe Illustrator it detects when drawing over the same line and allows to “override” it. This should be an option we can toggle on or off. It’s really important as it allows more precise control when drawing lines free hand. Thanks
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