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  1. Why does exporting text with either simple gradient fill or effect makes the text rasterised instead of path or curves? is this a problem with the exporting? I also try to convert the text to curves but still when exporting curves with gradient fill or effects makes the image rasterised.
  2. This is my one deal breaker. I work in a large company that mainly uses Adobe Suite CC, which is unfortunate if I wanted to adopt Affinity Designer because I cannot share the EPS/PSD files I export from AD because the Dynamic text becomes outlined/flattened. I can however open Adobe files in AD and edit the text, with some quirks(a format issue for another topic). How can I preserve the edibility of my text so that third party users, such as clients or printers, can open and edit the original text using their software of choice? Whether that is Adobe or god forbid, Quark. *Note: I have found out that exporting as a SVG from AD and opening it in Illustrator CC retains the dynamic text, but breaks the text box into smaller art text pieces. Thank you,
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