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I have a problem with .eps files. Im using the latest Affinity Designer for Windows version and .eps files from Freepik look like the picture I attached. There is some kind of mesh visible, instead of smooth gradients. Any way to fix it? It's crucial for me.

Thanks!

[Bez nazwy].png

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Hi marceli,

Welcome to the forums :)

This .eps file has been created in Illustrator using a Mesh gradient, unfortunately these aren't compatible with Affinity Designer currently which is why you're seeing the 'mesh' in the imported version.

Unfortunately there's not much that can be done about this, as it's simply not compatible with Affinity, apologies.

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Hi! I´m triying to export .eps with tables work (full document), but then in .AI i can´t see it. It´s so messy if my client want to work with the document and they don´t have AD.

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11 hours ago, Dan C said:

Hi Bent :)

Have you tried exporting to PDF using the PDF (for export) preset? We recommend using PDF to transfer files between AD and AI!

Not bad! it's practical. Thank u Dan C :)

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On 2/18/2019 at 3:32 PM, marceli said:

Hello

I have a problem with .eps files. Im using the latest Affinity Designer for Windows version and .eps files from Freepik look like the picture I attached. There is some kind of mesh visible, instead of smooth gradients. Any way to fix it? It's crucial for me.

Thanks!

[Bez nazwy].png

Inkscape imports this file in a very similar visual way

Screen-Shot-2019-02-22-at-09-14-18.png

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