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  1. I am trying to create a dotted line that tapers at one end. I have created the tapering profile with the pressure curves but I am not able to assign that tapering profile to the dotted line.
  2. I want to export a Affinity Designer file to PDF. The document (A4) contains multiple pages (artboards) with dotted lines. After exporting to PDF some of the lines are solid. I selected the lines, chose a different line format and back to dotted to be sure they are tagged as dotted line. Same result after exporting: some of the dotted lines got solid. Then I tried the OS X "print to PDF" function. Now I have my dotted lines, but every page has a increasing left margin, the content moves more to the right with every page. The same thing happens when I print to a real printer. Please try it yourself, I added the original document. 1. Export it to PDF. Please have a look at the measure lines. The lines start to get solid on page 3, but page 5 is fine again. 2. Print the file (the whole document with all artboards) to a A4 printer (or to a A4 PDF). The left margin increases with every page. PS: I already had some inconsistencies when printing to Avery stickers. The document was measured perfectly, but the stickers did not fit to the pre-cut paper. So I guess there are some more problems with A4 formats. PS 2: If I leave the default value "spot color" in PDF export, the export fails completely… Best Regards Michael Treppenverkleidung.afdesign