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25 minutes ago, Design_Guy said:

only single vector shapes and they can be only brought in into motion one at at time. if you want them still vectorized anyway. it's a huge limitation, it's frustrating it cannot be solved at the moment

You can't help continuing with your clueless nonsense, can you?? With the ILLUSTRATOR script you can bring any and all vectors into Motion as shapes! Unless you want to share how you're getting any vectors into Motion otherwise?? Oh right… you can't! So what are you going on about?

 

25 minutes ago, Design_Guy said:

Honestly this makes me want to just pay for a year of CC at this point.

Yes… PLEASE DO!

 

25 minutes ago, Design_Guy said:

Allowing scripting doesn't seem unreasonable at this point either if Affinity didn't feel like tinkering with it themselves.

Holy sh… could you please just STFU?? This is NOT a shortcoming of Motion! Motion files (and with it shapes) are simple HTML! So if Affinity doesn't OUTPUT the file needed then there's zero that Motion i.e. Apple can do!

 

25 minutes ago, Design_Guy said:

You basically need a time-machine to get an illustrator cs6 license and Adobe doesn't even want you using it anymore so Motionize

WTF are you blathering about?? The script works just fine to this day.

Do yourself a favor and just don't answer anymore to avoid making an even BIGGER fool of yourself. Thanks!

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