Adobe Illustrator to Daruma

The Daruma file format is constantly being developed and improved to handle virtually all aspects that might be included in design file formats. Moreover, parsed design files can present effects accurately and with high quality. We currently offer solutions for Sketch and Figma files in addition to processing Adobe Illustrator files. We constantly stay current with new design software features and characteristics, updating our most recent functionality. Each file format's detailed characteristics and whether Daruma supports them are shown below.

✅ Supported
❌ Currently not supported
⭕️ Partially supported and the remaining parts are being developed

Layer propertiesArtboardArtboard is a rectangular area similar to a canvas, used to accommodate and organize design elements.
GroupGroup refers to the act of combining multiple layers or objects together to form a single entity.
Mask• Outline mask
• Luminance mask
• Inversive luminance mask
Mask is a mechanism used to control the visibility of layers or objects. By combining a layer or object with a mask layer, you can control the display or hiding of underlying content based on the shape and transparency of the mask.⭕️
RotationRotation refers to the operation of rotating a layer or object around a certain center point by a certain angle.
Overflow• Clip
• Visible
Overflow refers to the way content is handled when a container cannot fully display its contents. The overflow property can be used to control whether scrollbars are displayed or content is clipped when it overflows.
Boolean• Union
• Subtract
• Intersect
• Difference
Boolean is commonly used to refer to boolean operations between graphic objects.
Vector layerVector layer refers to a layer based on vector graphics.
OpacityOpacity refers to the degree of transparency of a layer or object.
Blend modeThere are a total of 15 types.Blend mode refers to the algorithm for blending or combining colors between layers.
RadiusThe term "Radius" refers to the value of the radius of a rounded corner.
FlipFlip refers to the operation of mirroring a layer or object horizontally or vertically.
TransformationTo make changes to the position, size, rotation, and tilt of design elements.
ShapesBasic shape and path shape• Rectangle
• Line
• Ellipse
• Polygon
• Star
• Vector path
The basic shape refers to pre-defined simple geometric figures, such as rectangles, circles, ellipses, etc. Path shape is a custom shape composed of a series of straight line segments and curve segments.
Open path & Close pathAn open path refers to a state where the starting and ending points of a path are not connected. A closed path refers to a state where the starting and ending points of a path are connected by line segments or curves, forming a closed shape.
Compound PathA compound path is a single shape formed by combining multiple path shapes.
Bezier curveBézier curve is a mathematical curve defined by a starting point, an endpoint, and control points to determine its shape.
Context settingContext setting refers to the process of providing background information or relevant details.
TextsText LayerText layers are used to add and edit text content.
Basic metadata and styles• Basic styling (font, size, weight, color, etc)
• Transformations and Decoration
• Kerning and baseline
• Letter case
It refers to the basic information and style attributes applied to the text layer.
Paragraph property• Line height
• Line spacing
• Paragraph spacing
The paragraph attribute is used to control the layout and formatting of paragraphs in a text layer.
Text layer resize• Auto widthText layer resizing refers to the operation of changing the size of a text box to fit the content of the text.
Open type featuresOpenType is a font file format that supports many advanced font features.
EmojiEmoticons are graphic symbols used to represent emotions, objects, or concepts.
List styleThe list style is used to control the appearance and layout of lists in a text layer.
Text on pathText on path refers to the ability to place text along a specified path or shape.
ImagesImage adjustImage adjustment refers to the operation of adjusting an image to change its appearance or characteristics.
StylesFill• Color
• Gradient freeform
• Gradient linear
• Gradient radial
• Image
Filling refers to the process of filling the interior area of a shape or path with color, gradient, texture, and other methods.⭕️
Pattern fill type• Fill
• Tile
Allows users to fill a shape or area with a repeating pattern instead of a solid color or gradient.⭕️
Winding rule• Non-zero
• Even-odd
• Closed path fill
The "Winding rule" is a concept used in computer graphics and design software to determine how to fill a shape with a specific pattern or color.
Stroke• Color
• Fill
• Position
• Stroke width
• Stroke style
• End points
• Join type
• Marker type
Stroking refers to applying a line on the boundary of a shape or path, used to define the outline of the shape or path.
EffectAdobe illustrator effertsIn Adobe Illustrator, you can adjust the lines, fill colors, add gradients or textures, and apply various effects to enhance your design.⭕️
Photoshop efferts⭕️