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  1. I have several svg images created in Inkscape with text of varying semi-transparency that I imported into Affinity Publisher, and then realized at the last moment that none of the transparency shows up in Publisher. They are all 100% opaque. Which creates a huge headache for me. Semi-transparent graphics/shapes work fine. It's only the font/texts that doesn't become semi-transparent. In the screenshot below the bottom "testing" words are semi-transparent—at least in the original file they are. But here they are opaque, while the semi-transparency on the circle shapes below them works just fine. I tried converting the text to "object to path", then re-saved the file, and that made so that the text then became transparent. This doesn't make any sense to me.
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