AFF is an Acorn Draw vector graphics file, in which images are rendered by means of paths rather than grids of pixels, containing editable layers. Such files are used for creating and storing logos, brochures and other desktop publishing products. Their main advantage is the ability to provide high quality images when printed, but their disadvantage is the fact that they usually come in large sizes. AFF files were designed to work on the RISC operating system, first released by Acorn in the 1980s, and can currently be converted to more accessible formats.
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