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Sorry if this is a repeat. I do not see the ability to export to an .afdesign file type from the ipad app. I only see .svg and when I export to .svg all of my layers and groupings turn into a jumbled mess on the desktop. I see that I am unable to access the designer files on my ipad directly is there a way to do this or is the only way to access those files is through saving files directly to icloud?
I store most of my files on OneDrive. Whenever I open a folder from Designer that contains files only on OneDrive, it starts downloading those files. Even though I am not touching the file. Even when I am just saving an image to that folder. How can I stop this? I don't files I'm not using downloaded.
Maybe this is obvious, but I needed some time to figure it out. In Affinity Photo for iOS, You can - either save a native file to iCloud Drive (default) - export a different file format to a storage provider of Your choosing - OR use drag and drop to place a native file whereever You want. Why is this important? It speeds up my workflow. I use AP on an iPad to sketch illustrations. I then take them further on the Windows desktop, which has pCloud as main cloud storage. Using the files app I can drop a copy of any sketch file into pCloud on the iPad, and once it has synced I can open it directly in Windows. This should work with Dropbox or any other storage provider that is available on both platforms.