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I don't really use much gradients, but today I discovered that I cannot export or copy objects from Affinity Designer to Adobe Illustrator without having all objects with gradients rasterised!! I believe this is the most ridiculous limitation ever. I wasn't sure if this was related to the complexity of the design, so I tested with by creating a new document and adding a simple rectangle with basic linear gradient. After copying the element to Illustrator, I got en error that "An unknown shading type was encountered". And indeed, the element became a path with colour bitmap inside. 

I just cannot believe it.... Maybe I'm wrong, but I think it worked properly in some earlier versions of Affinity Designer. Well. this software is becoming more useless to me over time... I hope it's just a temporary bug.

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11 hours ago, waveman777 said:

I just cannot believe it.... Maybe I'm wrong, but I think it worked properly in some earlier versions of Affinity Designer. Well. this software is becoming more useless to me over time... I hope it's just a temporary bug.

Gradients are working as expected for me copy / pasting  back and fourth between Publisher beta 1.9.1.967 (latest) and illustrator cs5 (15.0.2) - even rotated gradients inside shapes inside shapes x5 remain fully editable both ways, although skewing the gradient even slightly seems to rasterise once pasted into illustrator

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After a couple of times i faced off on this problem (and if i understand the topic), i just realized that too much nested (grouped) layers rasterize filled shapes.
Release and rearrange the  back/front rasterized shape's leayer and the problem go away.
my 2c (and my bad english, sorry ;))

 

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