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  1. Hello Affinity community, I am new to the Affinity suite (and mainly a musician designing my stuff as a sideline) so please forgive if I ask a simple or stupid question. After researching many hours I found the perfect looking 2 fonts for my image / brand. Now I want to make the logos and pictures I create look old, vintage, scratchy. After another long research I stumbled upon fontscafe.com and they have exactly what I need: Adjustable scratch patterns. https://fontscafe.com/font/vintage-photoshop-action-10-different-patterns Here is the tutorial showing it's use: https://fontscafe.com/cafearea/vintage-photoshop-action-create-vintage-look-one-click including this short demonstration / explanation video: Youtube Tutorial Wow, killer, just what I have been searching for a long time. Sadly this is originally for Photoshop. My question(s): Can I use this in Affinity Photo (or Designer or Publisher)? Or can I somehow convert this? Or is there a similar product / option / possibility within the Affinity suite? Thank you so much for your help, Andi
  2. Hi just wondering if Affinity Photo is compatible with PSD multichannel documents ? Could such a file be opened and edited and re-saved in psd format ? Does photo have its own multichannel format and can this be opened with photoshop ? Similar question for Affinity Designer, is it compatible with AI format ? Can Ai files be opened edited and re-saved in AI format ? What is the native format for Designer files and is this compatible with AI ? Ive been using Adobe apps for 25 years so very interested in Affinity products. If the answers to the above questions are favourable making the change will be a no brainer. thanks.
  3. Looking for a compatible drawing monitor to use with Affinity. It looks like the Wacom monitors are compatible, but I'm looking for something a little bit cheaper in price. Any suggestions?
  4. Hello, good morning. I have bought Affinity for Windows because I have Windows on my computer at home. But i will buy a Mac soon, is there an option to download Affinity for Mac also, if I already have a product code? If not it's really a shame that I have to pay for a Windows version, and pay also for a Mac version. Regards.
  5. Hello, I have Affinity Design and am thinking of purchasing Affinity Photo, but I have one question. Is Affinity Photo compatible with other programs like adobes photoshop? I need to edit documents on photoshop for school, but was wondering if I could do my work in Affinity Photo at home, then send the doc as a PNG, or JPEG etc to the school which has photoshop? thanks :)
  6. Having designed a simple basic sign in AD, I exported as a PDF and saved text as curves. The signmaking company I use opened the file and explained to me that they had never experienced 'behaviour' from a PDF like this before and asked me which software I used. It took several minutes of the person's time to change and edit all the outlines from the PDF. Signmaker Pro works on a windows platform. Can anyone explain or exchange similar experiences?
  7. I have been looking already long time for an alternative for Illustrator, but I am working for stock agencies, and they insist on Illustrator compatible EPS vector files. Unfortunately, it seems like Affinity Designer Eps does not work well with Illustrator. I created a very simple test file, just a circle filled with a simple radial gradient, only two massive colors, no effects, no transparency, and saved it in EPS format. By saving I have chosen the option ( I have german interface, so i don't know how it sounds in English) „allow no rasterizing at all“. After opening EPS file in Illustrator gradient was rasterized. To be sure I created a few more files with gradients, as simple as the first and they all did not work in Illustrator. By saving the same files as SVG gradients got saved, I was able to edit them after opening in Illustrator. Did I anything wrong, or are EPS gradients exported from Affinity Designer generally not compatible with Illustrator? It would be really sad, I was so happy to find an alternative for Illustrator for my stock illustrations, but without option to create gradients it is not really an alternative. Can you help me?
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