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Would you be able to implement text encoding conversion of layer name on PSD import? Some of popular graphics app are still using non-utf so file made by them become gibberish in Affinity. Such as SAI which uses SJIS encoding. http://systemax.jp/en/sai/ Please check the sample on Photoshop so you can see correct result. SJIS AKA Shift_JIS https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shift_JIS sai-psd-sample.psd
This is my first post. I hope this is the right place to report the following bug. System: Windows 7 SP1, German Version: Affinity Designer 126.96.36.199 --- I often use Roboto Light as a base font for web design. I did a screen design using several art and box texts with font Roboto Light. In AD everything looked fine. Also when exporting the screenshots to JPG or TIFF. But when i tried to export to PDF (all PDF presets) all the texts that use Roboto Light are completely broken showing messed up chars. I attached a simple AD testfile and the exported PDF/X-3 in which I reproduced the failure. bug_text-roboto-light-pdf-export_1-1.afdesign bug_text-roboto-light-pdf-export_1-1_x-3.pdf JPG export directly from AD: Screenshot PDF/X-3 opended in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC: If i check the PDF properties with Acrobat Pro DC i can see that all fonts seem to be embedded with subsets. Choosing another font (e.g. Arial, Roboto Regular, Droid Sans, ...) will export all these texts correctly. Is this an encoding / subsetting problem? I have this font installed in Windows: ROBOTO-LIGHT_1.TTF