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I need to be able to take an Affinity Designer Vector Image with many layers and convert it to a SWF File.  I also, have Serifs Drawplus x6.  I can take a single layer by itself and create an SVG export file.

I then, open Drawplus X6 and import it. Works fine, but it can not take any multilayered vector it only see one layer.  The purpose for this is to take that vector into Crazytalk Animator 2 so it can be resized.

 

If there is a simpler way of doing it I would appreciate your response. 

 

Guy

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When you open the exported SVG file into DrawPlus X6, you will only see Layer 1 listed in the Layer panel. However, if you expand the layer, you will see a nested Group that when expanded will give you all the layers from Affinity Designer.

 

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Even though I have 30 layers in Affinity Designer when exporting to Drawplus then importing I end up with one layer.  Even in the layers tab, so the complete set of layers is not present.

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