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How to Export Noise Color same as Document

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By definition, Scalable Vector Graphics have no resolution. They are rendered at whatever resolution the output/display device can handle. They are rasterized when rendered at best quality for output or display.


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Yeah, it seems the noise is applied at one level or resolution. If you zoom in on the document in designer it redraws the noise, where the expected behaviour would be that the noise gets bigger as well... but I guess that's the way it's designed or has to work. Sometimes when you export out at a larger print res you sort of lose the noise effect as it's too high of a resolution...

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When looking into the SVG code it seems you were going to make this an icon, since it's viewbox size is (0 0 24 24) there. The SVG exported by Affinity has the width="100%" height="100%" set ...

<svg width="100%" height="100%" viewBox="0 0 24 24" ... >

... which you might not want here if it should show up in a browser etc. usually in it's icon size (?). - So I suggest you would like to have it instead in icon size like this here ...

<svg width="24" height="24" viewBox="0 0 24 24" ... >

... thus you might want to open the SVG inside an editor and alter those prozentual width/height settings to maybe desired integer pixel values instead and remove the percentage signs. See here the code and output size!

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