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DWG or DXF import result broken lines

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The import function doesn't work very well. I've tried dwg and dxf, the result is the same.

The same file open with Adobe Illustrator is ok. See above images.

Here a screenshot of the original DWG file



Here a screenshot of the Affinity file



Here a screenshot of the Illustrator file


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5 minutes ago, Ivan C said:

I've installed the beta version ( but this hasn't resolve the bug. 

I havn't change anything on the import window when opening the dwg file.

Is there somenthing else that I have to do?

Ummm.... that's odd.  I've just installed the beta on mine and it's displaying the ellipses correctly.  Are you running Windows or Mac?  Must be a Windows build with 1670.  I'll get a Windows machine to verify.

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Edizione    Windows 10 Pro
Versione    22H2
Build sistema operativo    19045.2251
Esperienza    Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.4180.0

Processore    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-9700K CPU @ 3.60GHz   3.60 GHz
RAM installata    16,0 GB
Tipo sistema    Sistema operativo a 64 bit, processore basato su x64

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Sorry about this Ivan. You're right - the fix didn't make it into the current Windows beta 😞.  It made it into the current mac beta but is only available in version on Windows (so close!).  It will be in the next retail version, and the next 2.0.3 beta version, if there is one.

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@Jenny von K. zu R.

Welcome to the Serif Affinity forums :) 

As Ivan C has confirmed the new 2.0.3 release is now available as an update in the software or the store you downloaded from. I hope it helps your files also

Patrick Connor
Serif Europe Ltd

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