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  1. matte.car

    Export PDF to xCode

    Hi everybody! I'm newbie to Affinity Designer and I'm trying to export some Affinity Designer's project to xCode as vectorial pictures in PDF format. Initially everything was working fine but, after some attempts (I'm designing the launch screen so, after every export, I make some little adjustments then I re-export the PDF) xCode started giving troubles: sometimes picture doesn't appear in XIB, sometimes appear only some giant pixels and, in very luck times picture appears but very grainy. I tried changing the pixel's size of the picture (is the only setting I see) but it doesn't change nothing so my questions are: - what are the requirements for xCode's vectorial PDF (resolution or other settings)? - is there a precise iter to follow in Affinity Designer to export vectorial and import them in xCode? (I can't find any tutorial about it) That's how PDF looks in my storyboard and how it looks while running. I attached my PDF project, the exported PDF and an xCode project. Thank you, Matteo! prova.afdesign prova.pdf provaPDF.zip
  2. Hi, can you export 3x images for Xcode sticker app?
  3. Xcode now allows imagesets to be in vector (pdf) format with a single scale. When checking "Preserve Vector Data" (see screenshot) the image is scaled by Xcode to any required size so there is no need to create lots of images in @1x,@2x,@3x for all required sizes. This is a great new feature of Xcode. In Affinity Designer I create a slice with output format pdf (for export) and choose the builder "Xcode JSON Apple Universal Icon". The JSON file gets the following content: { "images" : [ { "idiom" : "universal", "filename" : "Gear.pdf", "scale" : "x" } ], "info" : { "version" : 1, "author" : "xcode" } } But what Xcode expects for this type of imageset is this: { "images" : [ { "idiom" : "universal", "filename" : "Gear.pdf" } ], "info" : { "version" : 1, "author" : "xcode" }, "properties" : { "preserves-vector-representation" : true } } So no "scale" and an additional property "preserves-vector-representation". Is there any way to customize the output of the builder JSON file? Thanks, Mario
  4. Admittedly I'm a brand new Affinity Designer user. I purchased Affinity Designer for work on one specific image I purchased from Shutterstock. I'm very used to Sketch for UI/UX Design. Basically, I'm trying to do the following very basic steps with Affinity Designer. The image I purchased is a .EPS, and loads fine in Affinity Designer. The download is a rectangle with a lot of white space at the top and bottom, I need to remove the white space, and just focus on the image. The download is 452x452. The goal is to create a @2X and @3X images for Xcode Assets. I created an artboard around the image, and the artboard is 378x226, not quite the size it needs to be. I need to scale it so it's close to the 454x267 size I need and then export to the scaled sizes for Xcode Assets, which would be 2x (908 x 534) and 3x. (1362 x 801) all the while maintaining the pixel perfect image. Thanks in advance.
  5. incomn

    xCode icons asset

    Hi everyone, first time for me to contribute to this wonderful community, i just wanted to share my iOS / OSX app icon set, since the ones i found didn't cover every resolution needed. With this template, you just have to put your icon in every workspace and then export everything, the @*x are already set so you have them all ! you can see the results in the screenshots. Have fun guys ! icon template.afdesign
  6. The PDF files I export for use in iOS projects appear to be fine - they show up in Xcode - in the xcassets folder and in xib/storyboard files. BUT when it comes time to run on the Simulator and Device, the PDF vectors do not show up - it is not rendered onscreen. There is a clumsy work-around involving another tool, which leads me to believe this is a bug in AD Steps to reproduce 1. Create a vector image in AD 2. Export as PDF (I use the PDF- For Export setting) 3. Import to an Xcode project - Images.xcassets - make sure to set it as Universal - Single Vector 4. Set this new pdf asset as the image on your view controller's storyboard 5. Vector appears on storyboard 6. Run on device or simulator 7. Observe that the image does not display onscreen - it is empty 100% reproducibility Work-around: 1. Open the exported PDF in Preview app on the mac 2. Perform a rotation Left, then Right so that the image ends up in the original position 3. Save PDF 4. Re-import PDF to xcode 5. Run app on simulator or device 6. Observe that the vector image now appears on screen. Thanks!
  7. Hello! Is there any way for me to import my affinity photo designs into Xcode? I'm not really sure how to code all the designs I've already made and it would be WAY faster if I could just export them into Xcode itself. Thanks so much.
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