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  1. Hello, I have been using Affinity designer on my Mac since a year or so. I bought an iPad and Apple Pencil specially for the Affinity Designer App couple days ago. Now, I am trying to import all my brushes, styles and assets from my Mac AD Version (1.5.5) to my Ipad AD Version (1.6.1.40). But it's not accepting them, no any pop up shows up telling me the reason. I don't know how to do it now... Can someone help me? I don't think that brushes would change from one version to another, am i right? Also why can't i edit my Ipad design on my MAC? i know that Ipad App is a new version, but you guys should let any AD format work on any device and any version.
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