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Seamless Patterns/ Pattern Swatches Feature


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Yes there are usable work-arounds for this feature, but they are immensely slower and painful to work through. Having a way to create seamless patterns right in Designer, similiar to Illustrator, is a must. Sometimes I just want to create a quick seamless pattern for a background or something, it could be simple shapes that I want to use specifically for an effect, or to tie in a certain shape for a client etc. Especially in those moments not having a seamless pattern maker really sucks.

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DrawPlus came up with a great idea for patterns, the Replicate Tool. Seeing how "Replicate" is on Designer roadmap, I wonder if Serif will do something similar. (I hope so.)

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