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1. The Most marketplace is requesting .ai file format, is it possible to export file format to .ai?

I hope marketplace slowly can accept .afdesign next.

 

2. Is it possible to shorten the file format? maybe .ad .afd .afde or other shorther formats.

 

it is just my thinking, may be a further development material.

Thank You

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8 hours ago, Tegar Rynaldi said:

The Most marketplace is requesting .ai file format, is it possible to export file format to .ai?

 

If you export your files to PDF and rename them from *.pdf to *.ai, they should behave like Illustrator files that have been exported with a PDF stream.

 


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15 minutes ago, Alfred said:

 

If you export your files to PDF and rename them from *.pdf to *.ai, the should behave like Illustrator files that have been exported with a PDF stream.

 

I uploaded my design work on fotolia.com, they requesting eps 10,  is it work?

do you also sell design work? if so.. where?

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4 hours ago, Tegar Rynaldi said:

I uploaded my design work on fotolia.com, they requesting eps 10,  is it work?

 

The Affinity apps can export direct to EPS format. I don't know what you mean by "eps 10".

 

4 hours ago, Tegar Rynaldi said:

do you also sell design work? if so.. where?

 

No, I'm purely an amateur user.


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Alfred, EPS 10 simply is an eps file exported from Illustrator version 10, but if one chose to, it includes the Illy version 10 AI format in the file in the private data section.


My computer is a nothing-special Toshiba laptop with unremarkable specs running Windows 10 64-bit.

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