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  1. Hi i am not quite sure, if this post is in the correct forumarea.. so maybe it shoud be moved. Well i tested Fill-layers on Pixellayer and i reproduced it on embeded Pdf files as our big architectural Team uses it on a day to day basis.. and it behaves different... When you throw the fill layer as a childobject to a pixellayer, the color of the pixellayer reacts as you would expect it.. When you throw the fill layer as a childobject to the embedded pdf file, the whole screen gets colored... as you wouldnt expect.. should behave as with the pixellayer... When you use the embeded pdf file as a mask for the fill layer, the result is as expected correct " BUT" !! the embedded pdf now looses its most important funktionality as an embedded object and can no more be replaced ore modified.. This feature should be changed. there´s no reason to stop this funktionality of the embedded pdf only because it funktions now as a mask... so the screenshots show what i mean with this... greetings Tom
  2. I’m getting ready to send some rack card pdf files to our service bureau when I noticed something strange... I’ve got a couple png files (done in Photoshop) embedded in the Affinity Designer file, and they look fine in Affinity Designer. But when I export them to PDF and open them in Apple Preview, I’m seeing things that I don’t like. In particular there’s a strange milky-white quality to the lower edge of one embedded object (see attachment) when it should be a smooth opacity gradient... In the second embedded object immediately below the first one, the lower edge of the object cuts off sharply when it should be a more gradual opacity gradient. Again, it displays properly in Designer but not in Preview. Is it going to print out this way? Is there a pdf exporting setting I need to use? Is there something else I need to tweak in the Photoshop > Designer > pdf Export pipeline? Thanks, Andy
  3. Hey folks, I am wondering how to adapt the shape of an embedded object (=of the corresponding layer) to the shape of the mockup? When I want to build a screen in an iPhone mockup I have no problem putting the screen as a rectangular shape in the frame. But when the iPhone is tilted, lets say in a hand, I want to transform the screen in the frame accordingly. Anybody solved that? Best, David
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