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  1. I made an arrow curve in Design and continued editing it in Photo. I am trying to get a stroke that looks like fire, so I went to the stroke settings and set it to textured line style. In the brush panel, I selected the one that kinda looks like a fire(it doesn't). It will not apply to the curve's stroke. I tried using a different brush but none of them are being applied. What is the problem here? I will attach a screenshot and the file, but be warned. There is some NSFW things in the project I've hidden. Please don't tamper with them if not necessary. Bfurs_LevelUP_H.afphoto
  2. I'm combining vector shapes and vector brushes, both colored with the same spot color. After the export to PDF, the spot color is preserved in vector shapes with fills and basic strokes only. Vector brushes with textured strokes are still translated in to CMYK colors. Is this bug or missing feature?
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