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  1. I've been searching to see if my question had been posted, but I couldn't find anything so posting here in case anyone knows. I purchased Serif CraftArtist 2 Pro and digikits a few years ago and I want to create artwork to sell in my Etsy Shop as digital prints to customers who can download the prints for their personal use (not for them to resale or use commercially). Does anyone know if it is against Affinity/Serif's terms and conditions if I were to create prints in CA 2 Pro and sell? I'm also happy to add attribution if that is a requirement as well. I just want to be sure before I do anything if selling artwork created with CA 2 Pro is prohibited. Thanks. Kim
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