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I have encountered some bugs when exporting a pdf presentation from Affinity Publisher, where some of the content of the exported pdf does not look exactly as it was in the Publisher project. Some examples: How it looks like in Publisher vs how it looks like in the pdf: How it looks like in Publisher vs how it looks like in the pdf: As you can see there are many bugs. Inverted colors, lines disappearing, lines appearing... The only workaround I have found is to toggle "rasterize everything" on the pdf export menu. However, this is quite annoying as I would like to keep the exported pdf as a scalable vector graphics. I have also encountered bugs when importing data as svg, for example: How it should look like (here opened with Adobe Illustrator): How it looks like in Publisher (or Designer): As you can see, most of the text is rendered completely wrong, making the image basically unusable. I have not found a workaround for this and I had to first open the svg file with Illustrator, and then copy-paste to Publisher. This is completely disrupting my workflow, as I am unable to reliably insert an svg image into a Publisher presentation. I must say that I am quite amazed that there are bugs of this magnitude in a product at version 2. These are essential functionalities that should not be so fragile. The fact that there is a risk that my project will not be rendered correctly on export, or that vector content will not be imported correctly, makes working with the Affinity suite a frustrating experience. This is very disappointing, as many other things are done well, such as the user interface and the interaction between the 3 softwares of the suite.