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I could not find the way to make mathematic formulas in this series of application, so I used online application that outputs formulas on SVG format. But this application does not import these files correctly. Other application: Adobe Illustrator CC / LibreOffice Draw could read this SVG formulas. I think this issue needs to be fixed. Attached files would help you: 1. Vector Image: Original formula on SVG format 2. PNG with a little bold formula text: Imported formula displayed on LibreOffice Draw 3. PNG with blue edged formula text: Imported formula displayed on Adobe Illustrator CC 4. PNG with black corner area: Imported formula displayed on Affinity Publisher V2 ( Affinity Designer V2 also had same image. ) Thank you. original_formula.svg
Hi. Until the update 1.9 I was able to export SVGs from Affinity Designer to Cricut Design Space at actual size - meaning if I design something that is 30x30cm, it opens in CDS at the same size. DPI needed to be set to 72 to achieve this. Since 1.9, the resulting SVG now opens in CDS a lot larger than the size it was created at. Fine for me, but not for my customers who buy the SVG. The 1.9.1 release does not fix this. Any reason why this is now happening, and is there a work around? Thanks.
The SVG export in AD of a text term (both frame and artistic) does not appear to recognize AD tracking correctly.The SVG made from AD puts the proper tracking between the first and second character of a single word, but then bunches all of the next letters together as if they had no tracking, but the last letter appears in its proper place at the very end with a large space before it, i.e., as if all of the other letters had been properly tracked. I have tried using kerning rather than tracking in creating the same single term (again in both frame and artistic text), but all metric options are greyed (not available). In this respect, I have to return to Illustrator which works better, although the tracking/kerning in the SVG is slightly less than in the original. BTW, I'm still trying to figure out how kerning vs tracking works in AD since it appears to be different than I understand from my publishing experience. Are there any posts or help articles that could illuminate my ignorance?