Photoshop feature support in the Octopus format
What Photoshop design data can you get?
Vector paths consisting of cubic Bézier curves and line segments
Individual shapes combined together using boolean operations: Union, Intersect, Difference, Exclude
Effects applied to the shapes geometry, namely fills and strokes
Solid colors applied to the shapes
Linear Gradient Fills
Linear transition among a set of colors applied to the shapes
Non-linear Gradient Fills
Color transition other than linear (like elliptical, radial, angular...) applied to the shapes
Shapes filled with an image, depending on the configuration the pattern might be respective and/or transformed
Shapes border of a particular width, filled with a solid color or gradient
Shapes border formed by an alternating dash and gap pattern
Configuration determining which regions of a shape are inside and which are outside. The so-called 'winding rules' are even-odd or non-zero
Adjacent line segments connected by an arc of given radius.
Shape Type Meta-information
Information of geometric origin of a shape, e.g. rectangle, oval, line, triangle star
Blocks of texts with basic formatting (font, color, style, paragraph typesetting) and positioning
Text Frame Behaviour
Text frame policy governing how frame resizes based on its content. The policies are: auto-width, auto-height and fixed.
Emoji characters contained in the text.
Bitmaps loaded from variety of common raster image formats: PNG, JPEG, GIF, WEBP
Bitmaps and pattern fills loaded from PDF
Linear transformations applied to layers
Technique of hiding a portion of a layer using on content of a different layer
Layer Bitmap Masks
Technique of hiding a portion of a layer using alpha channel of a dedicated bitmap object attached to the layer
Technique of hiding a portion of a layer a dedicated shape object attached to the layer
Visual effects applied to individual layers, typical examples are fills, strokes, blurs, shadows.
Set of color and tonal changes non-destructively applied the underlying layers (namely images).
Layers containing embedded data from a different source (image, PS, Illustrator).
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