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  1. I made a Designer file with vectors, some of which are cropped (which added the masked rectangles). The cropped area of the images is over a transparent background. When I export this as an SVG file, the resulting file has the uncropped images, the masked rectangles seem to have not been exported. I'm opening these SVG files in Designer itself (and same result in Photo). I'm assuming I'm overlooking something here.
  2. Friends Sometimes exporting a project to SVG results in errors in the resulting file, so when those files are reopened in AfDesign some text disappears or is transparent, or the like. Attached original file and error file.... Help Logo Toledo 2018 30.afdesign Logo Toledo 2018 30e.svg
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