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Andrew
2013-04-11 01:43:52
Hi. I've just started using iVinci and I do like how it works, but...
The Gradient Mesh feature doesn't seem to work. When I right-click and choose "Convert to Gradient Mesh", it asks me what rows and cells (I think this should say "columns") and then I get the shape with the grid on it. But there is no gradient or shading. Have I not done something correctly?

Request : Could the zoom controls also be by keyboard and from the menu. I use a trackball and it doesn't have a scroll-wheel to zoom with.

Thank you.
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Phyar
2013-04-11 10:45:25
After you convert to mesh, you need to select object with Point Selector, then select any node of mesh, and change the color with Color Panel.
We'll consider to add the keyboard zoom in the future.
Thanks!
Andrew
2013-04-12 01:05:43
Thanks for your help. I'm able to work the gradient now.

Andrey
2013-04-04 15:02:31
iVinci express does not start on 10.6.8. Reason - '-[NSScreen backingScaleFactor]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x101ac0270'.
backingScaleFactor was introduces in 10.7 ...
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Phyar
2013-04-04 17:00:23
Thanks for your help! We managed to make iVinci Express works on 10.7 in last update, we'll try to fix this in next update.

Thomas
2013-03-26 22:06:36
Is there a way to adjust the length, width, x-position andy-position of objects in iVinci Express? Reply
Phyar
2013-03-27 00:22:38
No, but paid version can do this.

Tim
2013-03-23 17:39:07
is it possible to create transparent backgrounds? Reply
Phyar
2013-03-24 18:27:56
Which app are you using?
Tim
2013-03-24 21:02:29
iVinci express
Phyar
2013-03-25 00:02:16
SVG is already transparent. But if you need to export transparent image like PNG, you need to buy a paid version.

JacobAP
2013-03-20 20:03:04
I recently downloaded iVinc, but it crashes when starting up. I use a Mac mini with Lion 10.7.5.
What to do?
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Phyar
2013-03-21 00:04:17
Current version of iVinci Express not compatible with Lion, Please wait for next update. Paid version works OK with Lion.

Sharon
2013-03-19 06:00:55
Just bought Pics and really like it so far. I have 3000 photos in albums I created using Pics.

My question...I want to delete the old albums that I downloaded to my iPad using iTunes. They were used to create my new Pics albums. Will deleting the old albums through iTunes delete the Pics Albums?

Thank You :)
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Phyar
2013-03-20 17:21:02
Yes. Photos you synced from iTunes is read-only for Pics. Once you delete the album from iTunes, Pics can not access those photos any more.

Neil
2013-03-14 01:06:00
Great app for organization, but I can't figure out how to access my albums to text photos. Additionally, when I click on a video it just activates a black screen. I may be missing something, but was expecting much more flexibility with this...not the case. I had more flexibility before I purchased this app. Searched for ways to accomplish this...not much info out there. Maybe you can assist before I delete it and use something else. Reply
Phyar
2013-03-14 11:21:26
Read the help page to learn how to text photos.
Update your iOS to latest version to solve the video problem.

ant
2013-03-13 16:49:58
Is there a manual for iVinci Express? Reply
Phyar
2013-03-14 11:22:46
You can click the help menu to visit our web page of iVinci, more detailed manual is under developing.

Richard Palmer
2013-03-06 09:50:23
I just bought iVinci and have not found one application that can open your .svg files. They all crash or display nothing! I am not pleased at all. The only ones that can "open" the files are browsers that render them as bitmapped. Reply
Phyar
2013-03-06 11:06:56
That's really strange, We have tested that SVG files create by iVinci is 100% compatible with Safari, Chrome, IE at least. We also tested the other drawing apps, they also read good. You need to know that every drawing app had it's own features and document format, it's impossible for iVinci to 100% compatible with other SVG editing Apps, but we can guarantee it been displayed all right in reading Apps. You can also export as PNG or JPG if you need.
Richard Palmer
2013-03-06 12:06:14
That is a really lame answer. Safari, Chrome and IE are not vector apps. Testing the .svg files with those applications is useless with regard to vectors. The whole reason for going to a vector app is so that I can have a vector file that is scale invariant. Otherwise I would just keep things in bitmap format and use a good interpolation algorithm. ALL browsers convert the .svg file to a bitmapped format! That defeats the whole purpose for a vector file.
I have not found one vector program yet that can handle your vector .svg files and yet that is what you bragged about in your App Store write up.
Please name for me a VECTOR app that will read your files.
I think that I have just wasted $39 dollars by buying your software.
Phyar
2013-03-06 15:30:20
SVG is the standard format mainly for web, web browser(Safari, Chrome, IE) is the best tool to test the SVG file. Web browser also render the SVG files resolution independently, you can "zoom in" in browser to any size without quality losing, this is the value of SVG.
Adobe Illustrator and Inkscape can read and render our SVG file properly, but not fully editable, that's because we had our private features. If other Vector Apps can not read our SVG files, that's the problem of theirs. We just follow the standard of SVG.
Actually I don't understand what's your really needs, every vector apps finally render the SVG to bitmaps, but the size control is in your hand.
If you have other questions, please email me your SVG file, I can answer you in more details.
Ron C
2013-07-05 03:00:12
I use PhotoLine (a German competitor to PhotoShop that also does vectors) and it reads iVinci's .svg files. Within PhotoLine I can move, rotate, color, resize etc. objects as vectors. As Phyar noted with the other apps, some editing features are not available but it does open the files and allows some editing.

Johan
2013-03-03 17:04:22
Just bought MirrorDisplay, it wont even start, just crashes right away... Best money ever spent? :) Reply
Phyar
2013-03-03 19:30:41
Which version of OS X are you using?


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