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  1. will there be an image trace tool soon? I miss it a lot!
  2. Using Affinity desisign, how do I vectorise a Word table so I can change its size to fit a page in book publishing? Notice that Word supports a bunch of languages. Thanks
  3. Not sure if it would make sense to incorporate this into the vectorisation tool, but somehow I find it related: VECTOR HALFTONE... would be a killer feature that even Adobe doesn't offer. It is possible to achieve this effect in illustrator with 3rd party plugins from Astute Graphics – heres a link: https://astutegraphics.com/software/phantasm/ This could be a dealbreaker feature for many... (iPad version too, please)
  4. Bonjour, Comment peut-on créer une vectorisation d'un format tiff. Automatiquement bien sûr. Merci
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