I think the important part is the export formatting in Affinity. To quote @stschoen:
FIle Format: SVG
Downsample Images Above 108 DPI
Use DPI: 72
Allow JPEG compression Quality 85
Use Hex Colors
everything else is de-selected.
The document resolution is 72 DPI and the grid is 10 pixels.
I wrote about how I use Adobe Illustrator to fix letters that fill in like “O” and “A”:
do you have illustrator? The way to do that with illustrator is to
Convert the text to vectors by going to the TYPE menu and selecting Create Outline.
Draw a line bisecting any area that will fill in with a line. Then go to the pathfinder tool in the WINDOW menu. Select the line and the text and then press the divide icon in the lower left of the pathfinder window and export like usual.
Here is a video outlining step 2.
This process basically removes the odd-even fill algorithm and makes the text one continuous shape without holes, although obviously it looks the same to us.
Finally here is a screen cap of my export settings in AI
NOTE: I select what I want to paste into Audulus, then I use the “Export Selection” option in the file menu.