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I'm using the newest version of Affinity Designer on the latest release of Windows 10, and my exported graphic is different from how it appears while working on it.

In the relevant portion of my graphic, this is how it appears in Affinity Designer (on the left) and how it appears after exporting (on the right) where the shirt is suddenly transparent:

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I've tried everything: triple checking blend modes, making sure layer visibilities are correctly set, trying both File > Export and the Export persona, checking export settings, but no luck. This is how it comes out as long as the t-shirt has a gradient overlay effect. Is there any fix, or do I just need to manually work around it?

I've attached a sample file.



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