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  1. Hi there! I've just redone a brochure in Affinity Publisher originally produced at my agency using Indesign. The process of creating the layout was smooth, but the export to PDF/X3 wasn't: Either parts of the text got rasterized or some images were missing in the exported PDF. When using the preset "Export (web)" some headlines and parts of the copy text got rasterized without any apparent reason (see page 10 + 11, no fx, fonts embedded). If exported to web with the option "don't raster anything" set the same headlines and copy text got exported just fine as vectors - but some images were missing afterwards (afphoto format). Just wonder what I was doing wrong? Best, Volker brochure-test-web-no-raster-allowed.pdf brochure-test-web-raster-only-unsupported-features.pdf
  2. Yesterday I was setting up a file with two scanned hand drawings. First I edited the drawings in Photo to tidy up the scans. I typically do this with a levels adjustment layer. Saved the files as afphoto format. Then, in Publisher I placed the files. All looks correct. Then PDF the file before printing / emailing and it comes out with the levels adjustment layer partially applied to parts of the scanned images. See below. Here is what it should have looked like: It seems clear to me this is a(nother) bug with the Place tool within Publisher @Chris_K
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