Two very odd things here.
First, I had previous imported this graphic into a frame… but now any frame I draw automatically loads that image. Eh???
Second, that’s the wrong font. I’m using Palatino Lintotype… which is on the same machine, and which successfully displays when I open the SVG in a browser.
Help appreciated. Please let me know what I need to provide, if anything.
A graphic (SVG) created in Affinity Designer with font type Times, imports into D4 with a wrong font type, something like Arial.
In Affinity I need to export text as curves for a correct import into D4.
But imported into D3.5 the graphic imports still correctly.
Is there a setting in D4 that I must change?
[SVG test D4]
Still applies to SVGs created in Dorico itself, as I suspect this one is. Haven’t seen your first issue before though…
Ah yes, I remember this now that you mention it (oh look, there I am in the thread…). In the past I’ve exported slices as PDF, then converted to SVG, which works. Thanks.
The issue with a previously-used graphic unexpectedly appearing in a newly-created graphics frame is one we know about, and is due to the slightly complicated way Dorico keeps track of imported graphics. It’s harmless, because you can of course double-click the frame to add the expected graphic.