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  1. Hello Everyone, Well i know this have been asked for long time by many but also wanted to add my request into the long long list How come Affinity Designer can't do this kind of simple stuff Inkscape can do using it's interpolate extension and Ai can do with it's tool ? i mean, i'm not asking affinity to be like Ai nor Inkscape but the mesh you will see attached here was created in less than 30sec on a very old laptop running Linux Fedora 29 beta with inkscape installed. Please guys not only this tool but make it happen with more tools straight from your Knight Bag, make me smile like you did with the new thing you have added to the pen tool of APublisher thus making it 10 times better than the Pen tool implemented into ADesigner ... Well this one still need to grow to where APub stand but ... get it done guys and ... make me smile. BTW it's free to use for anyone who feel it may be of interest both Personal & commercial, the SVG you can use to recolor with ADesigner or APhoto. Enjoy ! drawing.svg
  2. So, I use Inkscape before and there is this feature called "interpolate". What this feature does is that you can create a set of new object from 2 object. So, for instance, I have 2 rectangle. One is white, and one is pink. If I interpolate both I will get a set of rectangle with color slowly moving from pink to white. This feature is not limited to only color but also to shapes. This feature is great for gradient simulation and simple animation. I know that this isn't basic and thus will be worked later but I really wish that Affinity Team will consider this and apply this feature someday.
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