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I have designer but I'm still a rookie so I can't comment on how useful these are. I did download your zip file and I can see 21 other people have as well. Not sure why you didn't get any thank you's yet

 

 

Here's my unqualified one. Thanks for sharing this :)

 

I will be a while till I can appreciate it.

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this is actually really cool for photo manipulation, styling/ creating a look as well, thanks for creating them in Affinity  :)

 

 

 


I can't open the gradients. I get the message that it's not an affinityfile/document.

for me this is a bug  :ph34r:  :unsure: it could just default to "open as application palette" when it is dragged onto the affinity icon

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Hi Madame,

Go to the Swatches panel, click the menu icon on the top right of the panel and use the Import Palette... command to import them.

would be kinda awesome if you could just doubleclick the pallet files to import them

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Hi Madame,

Go to the Swatches panel, click the menu icon on the top right of the panel and use the Import Palette... command to import them.

 

Another very rookie question: should these import as solids or gradients? Can you have a palette of gradients? I imported the palette successfully, sort of expecting a palette of gradients, but just got a palette of colors...

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Hi claycle,

Welcome to Affinity Forums :)

They will import as gradients. Are you sure you have the correct palette selected in the dropdown?

 

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Hi, I'm having trouble with those gradients.

I have imported them as you told me, MEB.

However here's how it goes:

I make a i.e rectangle shape and activate the fill tool.
In the swatches panel i choose the gradient palette of Luke Davies.
However, the palette seems to be "flat", just solid colours. I change the fill from solid to gradient, but then there's just the main solid colour and white.
Then I change to another (gradient) swatch, and the fill changes to "solid" again.

 

MEB, I noticed that your screenshot of the palette was different from mine:

 

post-14034-0-91352900-1499290173_thumb.png

 

 

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Hi, I'm having trouble with those gradients.

I have imported them as you told me, MEB.

However here's how it goes:

I make a i.e rectangle shape and activate the fill tool.

In the swatches panel i choose the gradient palette of Luke Davies.

However, the palette seems to be "flat", just solid colours. I change the fill from solid to gradient, but then there's just the main solid colour and white.

Then I change to another (gradient) swatch, and the fill changes to "solid" again.

 

MEB, I noticed that your screenshot of the palette was different from mine:

 

attachicon.gifSkjermbilde 2017-07-05 kl. 23.27.13.png

 

I think I solved it.

 imported the gradients as Application palette. Once in Designer and once in Photo.

Now they are working as expected. 

 

post-14034-0-55136400-1499447424_thumb.png

 

 

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