The repeat designs are for surface patterns: textiles/fabric, print on demand apparel, etc basically anything that requires a pattern.
I created lots of patterns/designs on a an app but as much as they looked good in the app, the exported files are not suitable for print on demand as the resolution image quality hence I planned on redesigning the individual design elements on Gravit and then recreating the patterns in whatever repeat format I choose (repeating styles like in the link I had previously inserted or like the flower images).
The above videos show creating a seamless repeating pattern (style is random) using various motifs not just one pattern motif. Illustrator, Procreate and Affinity have loads of tutorials on this and I tried applying similar principles from other software on Gravit but it didn’t really work. Illustrator actually has a Pattern Tool.
This is different from creating seamless repeat patterns (where the repeat style is linear and symmetrical) only one design motif which is the style I can find for Gravit Designer in the video
Another issue I’ve noticed in Gravit is if I create a design (the above is just used to illustrate my point) the edges are not smooth and when zoomed, the image quality is quite poor which I don’t understand get since it’s meant to be vector based?
Finally I think my best bet is to get Affinity Designer as I learn best through video tutorials rather than reading User Guides.
However, thanks for being patient and still trying to help me though, much appreciated.