I’ve been using seamly for a few weeks and its a great software.
However, when I’m exporting (SVG to affinity designer) the pattern pieces, both the outline and seam lines are solid. I’m making layered multi-size patterns, so it gets really confusing. Up till now, I’ve been using them without the main path showing and using different dashed lines for the cut line to differentiate the sizes. But I want to start adding seamlines (that are different to the cut line). The two lines can’t be ungrouped and so I can’t change the appearance.
Update: the only way I can think of is exporting without seam allowance, then adding seam allowance and exporting without the main path. This will definitely slow things down though.
TL;DR Is there a way I can get the seam line to look different to the cutting line when exporting SVG?