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  1. I will admit that my familiarity with use and defs proves limited at this point in time. In an effort to make it easier for plebs like me, could you export it as a similar svg filter object? When I use Affinity to export a project to SVG it exports anything with a Layer Effect as: <use id="Square-2-On" serif:id="Square 2 On" xlink:href="#_Image1" x="288.16" y="485.161" width="64.275px" height="83.71px" transform="matrix(0.988839,0,0,0.996549,0,0)"/> <defs> <image id="_Image1" width="65px" height="84px" xlink:href="data:image/png;base64,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"/> </defs> Currently I want to use it in d3 and, due to my ineptitude of either d3 or the underlying SVG, I cannot get it to work correctly. It would be nice to export this as a general svg format (I don't know how to explain this...) but as SVG and not an image. If you have the time, and if it doesn't cause misfortune or the project manager to have a stroke, can you add this feature? Example of the same image with out the sweetness: <g id="_87" serif:id="87" transform="matrix(0.522181,0,0,0.522181,216.702,382.197)"> <path d="M223.005,256.375L223.005,327.42L161.455,291.884L161.455,220.839L223.005,256.375Z" style="fill:rgb(121,238,249);"/> </g>
  2. Hi, Exporting to png or jpg of a selection or artboard goes wrong when I change the export width. I have the image ratio locked. But the height isn’t calculated rght. The exported image gets stretched.. Designer 1.7.0, Ipad pro 9,7” ios 12.3.1 Thx. OIIO
  3. I have an original iPad Pro 12.9 inch running the current version of Designer (1.6.4.45) and iOS12.3. this problem is repeatable; it happens right after I reboot the iPad. I open Designer, create a new document, add one polygon shape, and try to export and share it. As soon as I select “Save Image”, Designer crashes and nothing is saved. this happens whether or not I first export the document as a JPG (which does work). if I want the document in my Photos library, I have to export it as a JPG to my iCloud account, then use the Files app to save the document to the Photos library.
  4. Hello, I'm unable to open tiff files saved with layers. So far I have lost two photos after processing. I tried opening in other software like GIMP and ImageMagik, one files reports invalid tag, and the other does not open at all. For now, I'm now saving all files to .afphoto instead of tiff, but would like to store layers in tiff (one color and one monochrome layer). Thanks for your consideration advance. Sudi _CAP9448_DxO-4.tif
  5. Completely useless update. I have A LOT OF FILES with multiple artboards. Usually, I export my designs on PDF (because of the compatibility, most people has AI), and, with the update, there's no separation between the artboards. All you got is one single page with all the arboards on it, no separated pages, one by each one of the artboards. So, a really nice software is now ruined with an unnecessary update.
  6. Hi there, I have encountered a strange bug when working with PDF exports. To be more precise Overpass as a font. It gets exported as bunch of symbols instead of letters. Tested. Not a bug in my file, nor software (friend tested it as well) Link to download Overpass: https://overpassfont.org What it was supposed to look like: What I got in the PDF: My export settings:
  7. https://youtu.be/YqrDl8k8tTg Is their a youbrew code for inserting YouTube video links ? Regards Rob
  8. Hi, with the new version (1.7), I can’t have separate layers when I export the files (PDF) on notability or email... someone can help ?
  9. Hello, Context Version 1.7.0 Existing project. New artboard. Exporting to png, jpeg. Result The exported file is blank. When trying to export from artboards created before the version 1.7. it works perfectly.
  10. I’m new to Affinity Photo. Thanks for this great software. I watched the tutorials and read the documentation but can’t figure how to do what I want to. I would like to export photos for website in 1x, 2x and 3x resolutions. I’m always editing the photos in the highest resolution (i.e. @3x) so I’m looking at an automated way to export at half resolution for @2x and at 1/3 resolution for @1x the current image. So far I was able to start with a picture at 1x resolution and use the Affinity Photo export persona to export this picture at 1x, 2x and 3x but it looks like upsampling was used to create the 2x and 3x resolutions and therefore is loosing some detail compared to downsampling the 3x picture to 2x and 1x. Is there a way automatically export at half and third resolution for @2x and @1x? I’m looking to export the whole area of the document (the whole photo), not just slice of it. Thank you.
  11. Affinity Photo for iPad is a powerhouse for editing pictures from digital cameras... one at a time. This philosophy is embedded in every single aspect of the workflow, from importing and making adjustments all the way to exporting. I have created an account on this website precisely to be able to ask the developers or marketers of the app (if they ever read this) who and why they’ve decided to blatantly limit the functionality of the iPad version of the app compared to the desktop version. The fact that this limitation in function is not mentioned anywhere in the description on iTunes Store or in any of the tutorials or promotionals videos is appalling and borders false advertising. But I guess the answer has been in the title all along...after all, it’s Affinity Photo not Affinity Photos... Inquisitively and respectfully, Mihai
  12. GEAR: Affinity Photo for iPad 1.6.12.86 on an iPad Pro 9.7” ISSUE: My default RGB Profile is Adobe RGB for working with raw images. When I choose "Export” and then change the ICC Profile to “sRGB” the resulting JPEG remains with the Adobe RGB profile. Is there something simple I’m missing on the iPad version to ensure exported images are given the proper ICC profile? (Note: I'm a long-time user of Affinity products, so asking this question is a bit embarrassing, but I think I’ve been looking at this problem for too long after processing a large batch of images that all ended up with the wrong color profile. )
  13. Hi Guys, I have been trying to export png's of icons for a website. These are pretty small but there's a lot of them as they are used in CSS sprites. Normally I would export these as a gif or png8, but your settings only allow export to be dithered and that gives me some real quality issues. I'd love it if we could have an option not to dither the png8 and gif exports. I've attached the following files so you can see the problem: - site-product-icons11-OLD - The original png8 file out of Photoshop, undithered - I have just added 1 icon to the bottom of this file site-product-icons11a128 - 128 export (dithered) out of Affinity Photo - you can see the problem in spots of colour on say the LR logo 900px down and the steel logo at 450px down site-product-icons11a256 - as above but more colours to see if that was the issue site-product-icons11 - png24 export not showing these issues (no surprise really), but is almost 3x the file size. Thanks
  14. So I'm using the 1.7.0.14. I have 2 documents open... #1 has 13 artboards setup to export using "continuous export". #2 has 2 artboards setup to export using "continuous export". Just as I was typing this forum post #1 exported and auto-opened all of the files into Preview. It's been randomly doing that over the last hour or two. What's triggering it, I don't know. I've not touched the file for quite a while but it randomly regenerates all of the artboard exports. Seems like a bug to me. What say you? (Off topic: how do I turn off the feature to auto open the exported files in Preview?)
  15. Something's up with my copy of Affinity Photo (desktop, Mac). The other day my studio palettes started randomly resizing themselves. Today, I can no longer export to JPG and Affinity is lagging enormously, and giving me strange massive spikes in RAM usage that I've not seen before (no other programs on my Mac seem similarly affected). On export, it simply hangs on the progress bar without progressing. When I eventually cancel the process, I'm met with a Tried different files, different root folders, different destination folders, restarting the software, restarting the computer. I'm reduced to taking screenshots just so I can get proofs to clients. Anyone else experience this?
  16. Hi, I've been studying the best way to export to Adobe Illustrator since many of my clients request the final file as .AI, and of course I prefer to work using Affinity designer, but I'm having some problems with PDF export getting many annoying rasterized shapes and images, for now I see that SVG (export for Web) is the best option for while, but still have some small bugs opening in another vector software, in this case, I notice that if you export svg and try to edit its contents: Transparency Tool with Gradient Tool / Gradient Tool - fill mode Ellipse If you apply these both tools in a path/shape, the SVG create many "groups" of layer and raster with clip, that is not very optimized Strokes with rounded corner become with points (no bezier path) Some case of using Layer fx or a complex vector object the layer become raster (image with clipping) Opening the same SVG exported on Affinity, the bug is the same Well for while the bugs seem more about optimization for SVG files, as I need to export to Adobe Illustrator in order to deliver the files to my clients, it is possible in somehow future to have an option to export as AI, would be perfect and less overwhelming while working with both software, I really wish the best of luck for the Serif to be bigger than Adobe is now. anyway, thanks once again. Jhonatan
  17. Im experiencing the weirdest issue: When I go to export my Affinity Photo file (Aprox. 33mb), and I select Jpeg, at 85% quality with no dimensional changes 600px X 1200px at 72 dpi, Im getting massive files. 88mb jpegs! That is insane. I have never had this issue with AP. I cant image what is creating this phenomenon. If I then open this jpeg and flatten it, the file size goes back to what you would expect. (300 k) I was under the impression that Jpeg have no layers and are flat by definition. What is going on here? Any suggestions?
  18. Looking at the SVG output at the moment SVG's always get a 100% width and 100% height, meaning they always scale up or down to a parent-window (in a browser). But there are a lot of usecases we don't want SVGs to scale on websites and if we do it would be nice if we could set how the responsiveness would behave, so to wich windowborder the image would stick and if we want to keep the aspect ratio while scaling. These are all very simple SVG attributes that only have to be added to the svg when we need it. Browsers are doing the rest. At the moment there is no setting in the SVG settings to turn the auto scaling (100% width/height) behaviour off in the SVG, meaning we have to manually take these attributes out of the SVGs each time we export an SVG if we don't want autoscale. It would be a lot easier, faster and less time consuming if we could just set these settings once inside the SVG export options to save it with our own preset. So what I ask for in the SVG export settings dialog is: - A switch to choose between using document width/height (keep size) or 100% width/height (auto scale) - A listbox to choose the 'preserveAspectRatio' attribute in the SVG so we can set this to: - none, xMinYMin, xMidYMin, xMaxYMin, xMinYMid, xMidYMid (the default), xMaxYMid, xMinYMax, xMidYMax, xMaxYMax (as described here: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/SVG/Attribute/preserveAspectRatio) These are important settings for exporting SVGs for Web and not very difficult to add to the dialog cause they only change 3 attributes in the svg tag. But they speed up the process of SVG exports a lot because these changes don't need to be made by hand in a texteditor after each export! Thanks!
  19. Hello, I have a problem on AD for iPad. My illustration of eps files that are exported from AD for iPad are always refused to upload to Shutterstock. The reject reason is because the file is less than 4MP. I found out that the eps file size is smaller than the original size. The original file size is always more than 4MP (for example 11000px X 4000px, 5000px X 5000px). However, the exported eps file size is 2052.8px X 647.4px, 1200px X 1200px... I do not find out the rule of the percentage to be shrunk so I do not expect what size I should set the original file. I would like to upload eps files to shutterstock because that is gradually more needed in the world. I attached screen shots. "IMG_0323" shows eps artboard size and "IMG_0324" shows original art board size. Please help me.
  20. I've downloaded Affinity Designer Trial to see if I can get it to export an SVG of a purely vector design. For this project, it's incredibly important that the final product be an SVG that has zero rasterized elements in there so it can scale to multiple screen resolutions. The problem is that, while I've got the design looking good (well, as good as I can get it, being a programmer and not a designer!), when I export to SVG **without rasterizing unsupported effects** -- which I thought SVG supported shadows and gradients on a transparent background, right? -- the file has neither of those. I've attached the afdesign doc and a resulting SVG. Tried reading said SVG in Chrome and Firefox as well as Apple's Quick Look (which I believe uses Preview's built in magic magicness) and the shapes and colors are fine, just no drop shadow, no gradient, no transparency. Input appreciated. Thanks all. SVG Looks like this in quicklook: Postal Logo (Affinity) 2.svg Postal Logo 2.afdesign
  21. Hi, it would be great if you add CSS export feature like CSS Hat (https://csshat.com). I think that every HTML & CSS coder will buy your Affinity Designer and stop using expensive Photoshop :-) Thanks. Petr
  22. Hi, The last couple of weeks i’ve been using Designer to draw simple vector graphics to use in Apple Motion. By exporting the art boards as PDF files I’m able to import the shapes into Apple Motion without losing resolution. However, since this is the first time I’m using Designer instead of Adobe Illustrator, I'm realising I’m missing a feature. In Illustrator I had an plug-in that allowed me to export the shapes as Motion shapes. The Motion shapes then could be easily animated in Apple Motion by applying the build in behaviours. Although the ability to export the shapes in Illustrator as Motion shapes was not a feature of Illustrator itself, I would love to see this feature to appear in Affinity Designer. So my feature request; Will you guys and girls add the ability to export a shape as a (native) Motion shape? — Joey
  23. I realise Affinity Photo doesn't allow animated GIF editing currently (only the first frame is loaded), and i read in the help forum it isn't planned. However, I would love it if: 1) When an animated gif is loaded, each frame is loaded into a timeline, where you can set the time delay for each frame. 2) Each frame is on its own layer for editing 3) The edited gif could then be exported as an animated gif. It is one of the only major features I miss from Photoshop, and yep, I am aware you try to avoid direct comparisons, and I understand why. So far, the program is great though! Thanks.
  24. I have started to author SVG elements for web design using affinity designer, but the svg code it outputs is quite heavy and messy (using copy as svg option in preferences). In this case I think its because I have an object that is rotated 180 degrees, so its running transformations on my paths and groups in the SVG code. Is there any way to "bake" the transforms in designer. So say I move, rotate, and scale an object, then I would like to bake its transforms so that the shape is rewritten (svg code wise) as not rotated or scaled, in essence applying my modifications to the objects underlying definition. This is a very common practice in 3D modeling. <svg width="100%" height="100%" viewBox="0 0 1152 150" version="1.1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xml:space="preserve" xmlns:serif="http://www.serif.com/" style="fill-rule:evenodd;clip-rule:evenodd;stroke-linejoin:round;stroke-miterlimit:1.41421;"> <g transform="matrix(1,0,0,1,-4757,-100)"> <g id="Header-Shape" serif:id="Header Shape" transform="matrix(-0.848306,-1.03888e-16,1.26688e-16,-1.03448,5909,5615.86)"> <path d="M1358,5187C1131.5,5217.42 905.5,5235.33 679,5235.33C452.833,5235.33 226.167,5217.47 0,5187.13L0,5332L1358,5332L1358,5187Z" style="fill:url(#_Linear1);"/> </g> <g id="Header-border" serif:id="Header border" transform="matrix(1,0,0,1,-843,-237)"> <path d="M6752,486.861C6560.14,455.482 6367.86,437 6176,437C5983.86,437 5792.14,455.529 5600,487L5600,486C5792.14,454.529 5983.86,436 6176,436C6367.86,436 6560.14,454.482 6752,485.861L6752,486.861Z" style="fill:rgb(46,46,46);"/> </g> <g id="Header-border1" serif:id="Header border" transform="matrix(1,0,0,1,-843,-238)"> <path d="M6752,486.861C6560.14,455.482 6367.86,437 6176,437C5983.86,437 5792.14,455.529 5600,487L5600,486C5792.14,454.529 5983.86,436 6176,436C6367.86,436 6560.14,454.482 6752,485.861L6752,486.861Z" style="fill:rgb(56,56,56);"/> </g> </g> <defs> <linearGradient id="_Linear1" x1="0" y1="0" x2="1" y2="0" gradientUnits="userSpaceOnUse" gradientTransform="matrix(-3.24818e-14,-145,176.823,-2.66361e-14,1358,5332)"><stop offset="0" style="stop-color:rgb(64,64,64);stop-opacity:1"/><stop offset="1" style="stop-color:rgb(51,51,51);stop-opacity:1"/></linearGradient> </defs> </svg> This is what I get right now as output, but I would like to not have any of the "Transform=" and "gradientTransform=" attributes, more like the follwoing striped down code, which dousn't work because of how Affinity outputting the code: <svg width="100%" height="100%" viewBox="0 0 1152 150" version="1.1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg"> <g> <path style="fill:url(#a);" d="M1358,5187C1131.5,5217.42 905.5,5235.33 679,5235.33C452.833,5235.33 226.167,5217.47 0,5187.13L0,5332L1358,5332L1358,5187Z"/> <path style="fill:rgb(46,46,46);" d="M6752,486.861C6560.14,455.482 6367.86,437 6176,437C5983.86,437 5792.14,455.529 5600,487L5600,486C5792.14,454.529 5983.86,436 6176,436C6367.86,436 6560.14,454.482 6752,485.861L6752,486.861Z"/> <path style="fill:rgb(56,56,56);" d="M6752,486.861C6560.14,455.482 6367.86,437 6176,437C5983.86,437 5792.14,455.529 5600,487L5600,486C5792.14,454.529 5983.86,436 6176,436C6367.86,436 6560.14,454.482 6752,485.861L6752,486.861Z"/> </g> <defs> <linearGradient id="a" x1="0" y1="0" x2="1" y2="0" gradientUnits="userSpaceOnUse"> <stop offset="0" style="stop-color:rgb(64,64,64);stop-opacity:1"/> <stop offset="1" style="stop-color:rgb(51,51,51);stop-opacity:1"/> </linearGradient> </defs> </svg>
  25. Page Plus enables exporting of files to PDF in various forms, including 'PDF Slideshow'. The current Beta of Publisher doesn't seem to have this facility. Is it coming, or is there another way to turn a Publisher file into a slideshow?
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