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  1. Following the release of Affinity 2.1, which updated the PDF export library that Affinity uses, our team have discovered an issue in all Affinity apps on all platforms. When exporting an RGB document to PDF, if the export setting is set to 'Use Document Profile', the PDF will be assigned the sRGB2014 profile incorrectly. For users on Windows, Manually specifying the correct profile in the export dialog (instead of the 'Use Document Profile' option) should export the PDF with the specified profile as expected. Unfortunately this workaround does not work for macOS. If your document contains 'Placed' (ie Embedded or Linked) images, when exporting to PDF using the RGB Colour Space, the images will always use the 'sRGB2014' Colour Profile, within the PDF. From our testing, this issue can occur with any Affinity document using the RGB Colour Space, and still continues when converting the image colour space during export. To workaround this issue for 'Placed' images, you can convert the 'Placed' Image layer to a Pixel layer will correctly export/convert the images colour profile in the PDF. To do this, please select the 'Placed' Image layer, right-click and select Rasterise... This issue has been logged with our development team as a high priority issue and we're working to resolve this ASAP. Our apologies for any inconveniences caused due to this in the meantime.
  2. Hello! I think I'm having a problem with Publisher when exporting to PDF. Since the update from 2.1 to 2.2.0, color gradients in the exported PDF file look strange. They are no longer smooth, but rather step-like, as if certain colors are not being displayed. I also opened files created with 2.1 and exported them again, and this effect occurs compared to the previously created PDF. If you export a jpeg, this "bug" does not occur. I have already tested all possible export and "performance" settings, but nothing changes. To demonstrate this, I created a new document (RGB), placed an image, and added a new layer with a color gradient (white to transparent) on top. I have attached the export result. Has anyone else noticed this? Thanks!!! Test.pdf
  3. When opening a PDF that includes an embedded sRGB Profile the Converted Profile Assistant message is incorrectly (and unnecessarily) shown when the Working Profile is also set to sRGB. This appears to be the only profile affected, i.e., it doesn't happen with any other RGB or CMYK profiles tested to date... sRGB Colour Profile Conversion on Opening.mp4
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