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  1. Hello. I've got an issue with exporting to PDF and SVG : some effects are no longer present in the created file. During the preview of the export no problem detected, but when I open the file, I notice that some effects are no longer present. I don't understand why I have this problem, is it a bug of the app? Or is there a way to solve the problem? Thanks in advance for your help and response. OS : WINDOW 10 third picture : PDF fourth picture : SVG
  2. When I export a design in the SVG format and open it in another vector program the size is different. I need the design to be the same size as the size I created in Affinity Designer. I opened the SVG file in AI, Corel, Inkscape, Cricut Design Space and Silhouette Studio. In all the software the design is not the same size as I created in Affinity Designer. Am I using the wrong settings?
  3. Hi, I created a logo in Affinity Designer and exported it as svg-file (SVG (digital - high quality) - 300 dpi). But when I insert it into my WordPress-Website (via Image Widget from Elementor) it gets displayed blurred (at least at the circle-lines on the left and right side). I asked the Elementor support and they answered that it seems the svg image has a set width height in it which might be causing the issue. But how can I export the svg-file without these set width and height? I am attaching a screenshot of the blurred logo and also a screenshot from my inspection with Chrome Dev. Tools (some parts are deleted from the code because the site is not online so far) Has anybody an idea what could solve my issue? Thanks very much in advance :-)
  4. With Designer 1.8.6 on macOS 10.14.6, when I open an SVG file and then try to export it as PDF, the application completely crashes. Steps to reproduce: - open attached SVG file - go to File / Export - select the "PDF" tab in the export dialog - the application crashes I have verified the SVG and found it to be a valid SVG file. I have some other SVG images (generated from the same source) where the same behavior can be observed. eILCD example - LDPE injection moulding parts model.svg
  5. I use Affinity Designer to create files that I export – using "SVG (for export)" – for other apps, such as Cricut Design Space. The problem is that the Affinity Designer SVG export contains scientific e notation values like: <g id="topback" transform="matrix(-1,-1.22465e-16,1.22465e-16,-1,854.039,695.404)"> that other apps, specifically Design Space, chokes on. Trying to import that object into DS results in unusable, malformed objects. Sometimes I can "fix" it by editing the SVG file from the above, to: <g id="topback" transform="matrix(0,1,1,0,854.039,695.404)"> resetting the transform matrix, but it doesn't work for all objects, I haven't dug into how to map the space transforms properly, and I'm trying to avoid learning/doing that because this step is a huge pain. Based on a bunch of SVG parsers, the files are technically valid, and Affinity can re-import the SVGs, but I need them to work with the other apps. But this issue doesn't happen all the time and I can't figure out exactly what causes it to occur in the first place. Nor can I figure out how to fix it. I've tried deleting the offending object and re-creating them, but the new objects are affected exactly as the one it's replacing Any ideas would be very helpful. THANK YOU!
  6. Hi, So i tried exporting a illustration into figma, but the layers just don't align, i will share my original view and the export view, can anybody help me out i am running on a time frame here PS. the PNG comes out A-OK Regards -Noobie37-letter.svg the PNG view SVG view
  7. Hello, I am a previous photoshopper and switched to AP and AD. I am fairly new to vector images and wanted to know why, when I export an af design file,(in AP or AD) I created like my logo, why does it export as an HTML document?
  8. Rightnow exporting to SVG has all styles inline on all seperate svg-elements. And elements don't have classes or IDs. Using SVGs on web and making interactive animations on a daily basis this way it's impossible to animate elements and use external stylesheets without having to manually add classes and IDs to each element and remlve all inline styling in a text-editor after each export. I don't like to say it, but that makes this workflow impossible to use. Having to stick to inline styling inside the SVGs is another problem: - These days inline-styling is a big nono and validators throw penalties if inline styline is being used. The preferred way is internal style department, or use with external stylesheets. - A lot of layouts use the same styling on multiple elements. With inline styling all these styles got copied for all elements, resulting in a way larger SVG file then needed because of a lot of repetitive redundant data. This can easely be avoided by adding classes to the SVG elements and having one style-rule inside the general section for each different style. That makes the export a lot more efficient and makes it easier for developers like me to just copy the generated styles and move them to an external stylesheet if needed. - When styling is in the general <style> tag inside the SVG, a developer only have to change 1 stylerule if something needs to be changed instead of having to change all objects having all the same inline-styles - Because there are no classes nor IDs added to elements, we are unable to animate the elements with javascript, or again, we have to add IDs to all elements we want to animate each time after an export... A little bit like the Adobe Illustrator advanced settings offer, but that could even be improved to keep the SVG output as small as possible: My suggestion would be to add this to the SVG exporter settings: - A checkbox to add IDs to SVG elements where the layer-name starts with an asterix ('#'), followed by the name of the layer/curve. That way we can decide wich elements get IDs so we can address these elements later with Javascript to animate and so on. And with this we also prevent adding IDs to all elements in the SVG (resulting in a large SVG file with a lot of unused, redundant IDs). And when no # is add to any layer, no IDs are being written to the SVG. So full control here I'd say. - An option to choose one of the following for the SVG Export: - Use inline styles - Put styling inside <style> tag (recommended - mostly resulting in smaller files and less redundancy) (Perhaps to be complete even a: - Put styling inside svg attributes (but not my taste ) ) When a user picks 'Put styling inside <style> tag' the elements get a class attached with the styling in the general <style> tag inside the svg. Long story short: for real / advanced usage of SVG on the web for web development, interactivity and animations (by css and javascript), these options are indespensable! It would be very much appreciated if Affinity developers could look into this! Thanks a lot!
  9. I am working in AD and I need my file to be able to be opened in AI. I saw somewhere that svg is best if you have clipping masks. So I tried all and it the file gets rasterized weird and is not usable at all, and I get the Clipping will be lost on roundtrip to Tiny message. What blows my mind is that Inkscape gives me the file intact along with all the clipping masks and everything! Any clue anyone?
  10. When I export with SVG, sometimes simple pen lines with only 2 nodes don't export. Does anyone know why? If I edit the pen line's pressure, then the pen line will show up on export under SVG.
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