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Sorry for the Newbie questions, 

 

I just dl Designer and im importing all the xtra assets that come with the software. How do I install step one 

UI Sheets

UI Sheets are packed with pre-built page content made up of multiple elements. Page content is stored in separate Designer files according to page content type (e.g., blogs, dashboards, ecommerce, headers/footers, social and more).

How to use

1.     Open the .afdesign file for the page content type you want.

2.     Select, then copy and paste content to your design file. 

 

and the step 2

Choosing light or dark versions

On many of the UI sheets, you’ll have the choice of light or dark versions of each page content. These versions are stored on separate layers. From the Layers panel, hide the Light Version layer to work with the Dark Version layer (or vice versa). 

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I'm using Windows.. tx folks

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At first i downloaded AD too.

But what is a .afdesign file, a project that i need to make at first or a systemfile i can´t find?

What is a "design file"? Please be exactly to explain how to use the extra content.

Thank u very much...

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33 minutes ago, S0N0X said:

But what is a .afdesign file, a project that i need to make at first or a systemfile i can´t find?

An .afdesign file is a document saved in the native Affinity file format. As @GabrielM said, you can just double-click on it to open it in Affinity Designer.


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8 hours ago, R C-R said:

An .afdesign file is a document saved in the native Affinity file format. As @GabrielM said, you can just double-click on it to open it in Affinity Designer.

You can also open a .afdesign file in Affinity Photo and a .afphoto file in Affinity Designer 


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