You can localize all your Vectornator documents directly from the Mac Vectornator Gallery. To do so, simply right-click on a document to immediately locate it.
On the Mac App, you can save any file by going to File > Save or using the shortcut ⌘S. Here you can choose the folder where you want to store your document.
To duplicate any element when using the Vectornator Mac App, press ~key~⌥~key~ and simply drag your element into the desired position.
To duplicate and repeat the last action you took simultaneously, you can instead use ~key~⌘D~key~.
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You can have only one version of the Vectornator app installed on your device. Simply delete the old version of Vectornator, then you will be able to install the new version, that will solve the problem.
⚠️ IMPORTANT: BEFORE (!) you delete the Vectornator App, you need to save your previously unsaved documents in a folder. If your documents are saved in the Finder menu, they will remain saved even if you uninstall the Vectornator App.
Many of the additions and changes in the newest version of Vectornator are based on the latest macOS technologies and requires macOS 11 or later, 64-bit processor. If you have problems updating Vectornator, make sure your macOS version is up to date.
With Vectornator 4.0, we are discontinuing support for macOS 10.15 Catalina because our latest update relies on advanced technologies that are not available on Catalina.
With Vectornator 4.0, we dropped support for macOS 10.15 Catalina because our latest update relies on advanced technologies that are not available on Catalina. Vectornator will provide cutting edge performance on the smoother macOS 11 Big Sur. So, if you're not able to update from the App Store it's because you need to upgrade to Big Sur.
We’re happy to listen to what you have to say and help with all your problems.
*For feature requests, please submit your ideas and requests in our fider page here.