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I have a problem i did vector image and when I want export it as SVG there is a information that "some areas will be raterised

1. When I export it rasterised nothing all is good( second pic)

2. When I export it rasterised unsupported propertis happend this ( first pic)

3. When I export is as rasterised everything all is good

 

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Hi yelloview,
Welcome to affinity Forums :)
Do you mind attaching the afdesign file for inspection please? You can delete all non-relevant/problematic elements if you want. Thank you.

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38 minutes ago, MEB said:

Hi yelloview,
Welcome to affinity Forums :)
Do you mind attaching the afdesign file for inspection please? You can delete all non-relevant/problematic elements if you want. Thank you.

 

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Hi yelloview,
The issue is with the gradients. Most of them, if not all, were slightly sheared/skewed. See animated GIF below. If you fix them as shown in the animated GIF below (notice the perpendicular mark appearing when we fix the slight distortion) they become regular linear gradients and will export without being rasterised.

gradients_distortion.gif

Here's your file with all gradients fixed as shown above: test_MEB.afdesign

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6 hours ago, MEB said:

Hi yelloview,
The issue is with the gradients. Most of them, if not all, were slightly sheared/skewed. See animated GIF below. If you fix them as shown in the animated GIF below (notice the perpendicular mark appearing when we fix the slight distortion) they become regular linear gradients and will export without being rasterised.

gradients_distortion.gif

Here's your file with all gradients fixed as shown above: test_MEB.afdesign 

But can you explain why somethinge like that happend?

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Hi,

I have a similar problem.

I exported my AD design as SVG and opened in Illustrator.Some curves have been rasterized tho the fill is solid.

Any Idea how to solve that? Thanks for any help

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On 1/13/2020 at 10:27 PM, yelloview said:

But can you explain why somethinge like that happend?

Hi @yelloview
Sorry the delay getting back to you. I haven't been working last couple weeks.
This happens when you shear/skew an object with a gradient fill applied. Affinity distorts the gradient to keep up with object's distortion. There's another (quicker) way to "reset" the gradient distortion (not shown in the gif i posted above) without dragging the nodes: simply double-click one of the nodes over the dashed lines in a linear gradient control handle or one of the end nodes of an elliptical gradient handle to reset the respective axis (so both axis become perpendicular again).


Hi @44r0n,
Welcome to Affinity Forums :)
Do you mind attaching the file as Gabe requested please? Thanks.

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