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Hello all,

I have bought a package that contains various assets for AD and AP. The stuff for AD I have imported ok but I have a couple of .ai files and I'm unsure what I need to do with them. I have double clicked them and they open up fine, but with hundreds of layers containing many bit's and pieces that make up the various images on the workspace. I feel sure I'm meant to import them in some way to be able to make good use of the items I can see but I have no idea how. Can anyone help?

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G


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19 minutes ago, Gort said:

I have bought a package that contains various assets for AD and AP. The stuff for AD I have imported ok but I have a couple of .ai files and I'm unsure what I need to do with them.

Check first if the AD/AP assets already do contain the same as what the Ai files offer. Probably that package contains all assets in different formats for different software tools (like Affinity Designer and Adobe Illustrator etc.). - If the previous made assumption is the case, then you can omitt the Ai-files, since you already then have those assets in AD/AP format.

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Hi, and thanks,

I found some .psd files that AP could open and have all the items intact that I can use. A bit odd that I can't get that from the files intended for AP, but there you go...

Thanks again.

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