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I was planning a transition from Illustrator to Designer, and the surprising lack of this (and even more surprising dead silence on the topic) has stopped me dead in my tracks.

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On 8/3/2016 at 9:38 AM, Leigh said:

Affinity designer doesn't have a Blend Tool yet but it will come in the future. You can check the Affinity Designer roadmap here: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/842-affinity-designer-feature-roadmap/

Serif have solved the problem of a blend tool - they've got rid of the roadmap! 😋

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+1 
It's a shame how many good software lack blend tool. Even worse some might have something called like that but with completely different function.

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6 hours ago, 1GR3 said:

It's a shame how many good software lack bland tool.

For when the document is too exciting? 😛


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11 hours ago, R C-R said:

For when the document is too exciting? 😛

lol ☺️ This might explain why we're still waiting for it - it's not really exciting to develop such feature.
But seriously, how complicated it might be? I remember programming shape shifting interpolations in BASIC using for-loops, 25 years ago...

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Found this after an hour of reading online to find that there is no tool. I was so ready to purchase designer after my trial as well. Unfortunate. 

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Please A Blend Tool - a key cornerstone of any digital drawing package; programming in a stepwise fashion steps between vectors is not only a key tool in any designers digital tool set, but also what computers do so wonderfully well - compute.

The greater the functionality of the Affinity suite the greater the competition you muster.

Keep up the Good Work

Best

D

 

Ps. Loved & appreciated your approach to the Pandemic, caused me to jump on and trial the software. Would love to see Serif dominate the creative market place.

 

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What Affinity products do, they generally do very well. What they don't do--well, sometimes you just have to remember the low price. Right now it looks like Affinity is focused on the Publisher-Photo-Designer integration, rather than adding features such as this. That to me is a good thing, but if you're trying to replace Illustrator it can be disappointing. Sometimes I open up Inkscape (now native on Mac) for something that Designer can't do. 

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