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Affinity Publisher rasterize some texts, vector graphics, transparencies and gradients, when exporting to PDF

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Why, when exporting an Affinity Publisher document to PDF, a specific page is completely rasterized (texts, vector graphics, etc.), and the other pages keep texts as texts and vector graphics as such? I need the texts to be kept as texts and the vector graphics as vector graphics, because if I export to a small PDF, if the text is rasterized in low resolution, it is almost unreadable and it looks ugly.

Anyone ever happened something similar?758736564_Anotacin2020-07-17121033.thumb.jpg.9b0a53a5412575d4be6a8e7fbd636196.jpg

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1 hour ago, Affitoom said:

Anyone ever happened something similar?

In this recent topic an adjustment layer, placed on top in the layer hierarchy, forced unexpected rasterization of an entire page content:

 


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In this recent topic an adjustment layer, placed on top in the layer hierarchy, forced unexpected rasterization of an entire page content:

 

 

I'll try to check it, thank you very much

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