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  1. lucacasula91

    iOS 10 iMessage App Mockup

    Hi everyone, i've created a mockup for iMessage Apps UI. The assets contains the icon app table, the compact UI mode, another compact + callout bubble ui and the Expanded UI mode. All it's created by vectors, hope will be useful. http://itemplates.altervista.org/iMessage%20App.afassets ;)
  2. Hey guys, I ran into a really unfortunate bug in the latest Affinity Designer beta as it seems, probably existent in the previous versions, too, as I was wondering about it then already. I need to export a graphic that contains strokes – I tried several options, nothing worked as expected: every single stroke gets converted/expanded into a filled shape! For now I try to get the shapes exported via the latest official App Store release of Designer, neither works for me. Is it just me, did I check a box or something, maybe someone can provide another solution for this? -_- Right now it’s not helpful at all and very, very inconvenient – I sincerely hope this gets fixed for the next beta! :( Here’s a quick outline-view-example. The original form has a stroke of about 12 pt that gets converted into a shape if exported as a PDF or other vector based formats, regardless of thickness or position (inside, middle, outside). Cheers Dennis
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