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I tried to sent some work to the printers with bleed settings but it seem to work on the ipad?
Is this function only available with the desktop version?

What I have done is created an artboard, extended the size by 3 mm each sides and put the margins. When exporting - clicked the bleed option. But once its exported it doesn't seem to include this function. I tried it out and put a different solid graphic just on the border where the bleed suppose to start yet the crop marks did not extend it to the bleed marks....
like this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_l-0Qoqq4c

The comments say bleed on ipads doesn't exist... is this true??

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Hi RJV,  the iPad version does not currently have the ability to 'set' bleed but it will honour any bleed settings in setup in files on the desktop version, where those files are imported to the iPad. Hopefully a future release will add the ability to also set bleed. :)

IPad Pro 10.5/512GB lpadOS 13.1.1  Affinity Photo Affinity Design Publisher for iPad ?

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