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  1. Hi, Here is what I would like to do: 1. Grab bitmap images from the computer screen. 2. Link them into a new document, so that I can only cut part of the image by resizing the document or artboard, while the original image remaining linked. 3. Add a layer of text and connecting lines. 4. Save it in a high-quality web-compatible file format (that is, SVG or PNG). 5. When the original image has to be updated, just replace it, and it will be automatically updated in the image files where it is placed as linked. Is there a file format that can do all the above? Unfortunately, it really looks like when a Designer file is exported to SVG, it loses all the links, and if you need to make an object linked again you have to find the original source in the drives. To sweeten the problem, is that you can just choose the containing folder, without having to select the file itself. This may be good enough to choose SVG as the format to use. But, still, automatic update is not done, unless you explicitly make the placed objects linked again. I also discovered that after relinking, a "_1.TIFF" image is created in the same directory of the SVG file I'm editing in Designer. This is a copy of the original placed object (that had however been imported as a PNG file from the current directory). The file is not deleted when closing Designer. I'm using the current version of Designer for Mac. Paolo
  2. Made with APh 2 from my own fotos
  3. Sea of Clouds is another series of cities, bridges, mountains that immersed in the sea of clouds, It starts with Chongqing's Caijia Jialing River Bridge. Yes, I do love Chongqing. It is a very charming city, also known as the mountain city, fog capital, and bridge capital. I draw several illustations of Chongqing before. I hope you will enjoy.
  4. Hi i got the apple motion app and im struggling to find out how to import vector files into the motion app vekpo isn't support affinity files and also svg/pdf files
  5. Recently updated to Affinity Designer 2 and I love it except for one thing. It's very difficult to identify groups now and groups within groups now (which I have a lot of). This was so clear in Affinity Design 1. Could groups not be made bolder making them easier to identify? Have pasted 2 images to show the difference between the two.
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