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VIPStephan posted a topic in Bugs on MacI’ve seen this being reported before and I can confirm that in AD 1.6 it is still occurring that some fonts aren’t embedded but converted to curves on PDF export. When I changed the font from Carlito to Arial and exported it (using the same settings as before) Arial can be highlighted in the exported PDF while Carlito can’t because it is converted to curves (see attached sample). It isn’t even replaced by a default fallback font; this is making it even more laborious to import/convert into Adobe Illustrator. My export settings are: PDF/X-3:2003, use document resolution, embed all fonts. test.pdf
This was reported before by @mikehoch and myself but doesn’t seem to have been addressed so far. So, in order to remind you about this I’d like to bring that up again. While trying to find out the problem with the font embedding in PDFs I reported, I noticed more fonts that aren’t recognized, such as Athelas (a standard system font), Beirut (an Arabic font that also seems to come with the OS), and some other fonts with non-Latin characters. I’d appreciate if you could look into this.
luki posted a topic in Bugs on WindowsAfter successful import of Frankentoon brushes they do not appear in the brushes menu in Affinity Designer 1.6 (german language)
Just updated the app to v1.6 today, and it quitted unexpectedly when I opened the first file in Export persona. I tried several times but got the same result. I had to bring the v1.5.5 back from my backup, opened the same file, deleted all slices except the default one in Export persona, resaved it, then updated the app again. I don't know how many slices are too many for the v1.6 but the newly saved file (with fewer slices) seems to open fine with v1.6 in all personas. I'd very much like to move onto v1.6, but I feel like still hang onto the older version for now since I have many files with multiple slices. I appreciate if someone can look into this issue. Thanks,