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  1. Hi there! when exporting text with a gradual transparency to *.eps or *.pdf, the export fails and only exports blocks, no text. I tried converting the text to curves, having single text lines (not a big block), ..., but none works. Can someone tell me what's wrong? (using Designer 1.7.1) Thanks a lot! fabius_ original before export: after export to *.eps: it's rasterized and when going to "outline", only blocks are shown: and the image is rasterized (though it shouldn't be):
  2. Hi everyone, Just some blocks I made with Affinity Designer and Pinegrow I hope you like it, Free Pinegrow Blocks from @Heli_Herrera on @Gumroad: https://gum.co/OqZi Regards Heli Herrera
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