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  1. Hey I have mutiple errors with information about: Unknown property : VectorOriginationData,keyOriginResolution tested on version: 1.51.54 I can share oryginal PSD with QA/support via email regards Mike
  2. leepeterson

    PSD Wigout

    Bought Affinity Designer tonight as a Photoshop/Illustrator replacement. I've gotta say, I'm super happy and stoked about all that I see in Affinity so far!! I'm beginning a web dev project and trying to open up a 350MB file which is a site design done in Photoshop. (Yeah, 350MB... and it's only got four < 3,000px-tall pages in it and almost no photos. Anyway, I digress on that frustration.) See the attached screenshot of the error. I've got no idea what these errors mean since I'm so new to Affinity Designer. The issue I have, really, is that entire text blocks won't render at all. They don't even show up in Layers. And then other text blocks are missing entirely. The font (Montserrat) is loaded and activated locally, all variations of it. Any idea what's up? Gonna just use Photoshop to handle this until I'm done with the project... then it's gooooodbye money-sucking Adobe!!
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