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  1. Hi everybody, I am experiencing quite a few problems to get my designs from Affinity Designer to FontLab. Theoretically, I would expect that things would work like in this video (have a look at 1:32 onwards): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2sJiFcOm-8 You can paste drawings directly from Illustrator to the FontLab sketchboard. Unfortunately, that doesn’t currently seem to work, or rather, drawings are pasted as pixel images to the FontLab sketchboard, regardless of selecting “Copy images as SVG” or not. But then there is the option of saving a drawing to EPS and importing it to the FontLab sketchboard. Unfortunately, the results are somewhat odd, and I don’t know what to make of it. Firstly, not all of the export options will produce an EPS file that is recognised by FontLab. “Save for Print” creates an EPS file that is recognised, whereas “Save for Export” doesn’t work. I think it has to do with the relative coordinates, but I don’t know. Secondly, when the import works, the result looks incredibly strange. Importing an Affinity Designer document showing a simple cross will end up with the result shown below. In a way, I like the result, but it is clear that you cannot work this way. Again, I don’t know what to make of it. So is this a problem of Fontlab or of the EPS export algorithm used in Affinity Designer? Any advice would be greatly appreciated … Alex Cross.afdesign Cross-For-Print.eps
  2. It's impossible to copy and paste from Affinity Designer and FontLab, then I import Affinity Designer's eps into FontLab but it makes a terrible issue. Look at attac. Test_Affinity_Font_lab.zip
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