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  1. This is a feature I very much agree is lacking. Although it is possible to get the same precision by using the translate pane, this requires clicking and typing outside of the working area, instead of the much faster click+drag&snap around whatever you are working with. I disagree with the need for a ghost, but agree with the fact that when an object is in the midst of being translated, it should snap with its last known position.
  2. Thanks @firstdefence. I wish Sketch was on Windows! I would totally use that for my purposes... I'm hoping there are plans to "fix" SVG settings in later versions. Stuff like Symbols and embedded images are also broken
  3. @R C-R Is there any other way (other than selecting everything) of seeing or measuring number of total objects/layers/etc in a file?
  4. Bumping this post as it is something pretty significant that I'm hoping will be in the next release. Was this feature worked in to the beta at all?
  5. Designing a Dungeon for Dungeons and Dragons. Here is the first room. I wanted to use Affinity’s Symbols for easy editing of textures and such, so the floor tiles and walls are Symbols. Took me a while to get a structure that I was happy with. I don't love the texture 100% yet but at least it's easy to edit now. Feel free to use what's in the file for whatever you'd like, pick it apart, etc. If you're interested in what the glyphs on the wall/table are, check out this document I put together. CipherDungeon.afdesign
  6. I agree being able to collapse all layers and groups would be a useful feature. However I think it would get annoying if layers were popping opened and closed as you are selecting things. I usually disable the "Show Selection in Layers Panel" option in the User Interface section under Preferences when I don't want to deal with many many layers and groups in the layer panel. If I then want to find a selected object I can just right click and "Find in Layers Panel"
  7. Even though I haven't personally encountered this problem, I am 100% in agreement this is a huge issue that should be fixed ASAP, since Affinity Photo is for Photos and printing is a very important part of Photography
  8. Thanks, I was trying to think of a way to get rid of the slight artifacting and that works perfectly!
  9. So this is a Go game board I created in Affinity Designer. I probably could have done more with the Live Layers in Affinity Photo but either way I was really impressed that I could keep everything editable and non-destructive, and still be able to create the wood texture. Feel free to use the file for whatever you please GoBoard_1.afdesign
  10. In my previous post I did this using a gradient mask on a Live Gaussian blur adjustment layer. You can take a look at the file I attached.
  11. Sorry this wasnt directed at you so much as an observation on an attitude/frustration that I’ve seen from many users.
  12. They have a trial version exactly for the purposes of trying out the tools and seeing if the workflow will be appropriate for whatever kind of work you are doing. Ive seen this trend of people (on this forum but also in life) gettig agitated and upset that things don’t fit exactly what they need, when they are often trying to do very specific things and want to do it in the quickest way possible with the least ammount of effort. While of course this would be ideal, you don’t get something for nothing. Serif is a reatively minuscule company compared to Adobe and they are clearly trying their best to deliver an affordable product that has demonstrated its conpetency in doing a large percentage of what PS and AI can do, in its own way. it is totally unrealistic to expect every single thing that is requested to be implemented in the way that suits your workflow, since everyone’s is different, and also because Serif is pretty damn small compared to Adobe (which has much less excuse for lack of features and usability of certain aspects of their software)
  13. You can have different brush nozzles on each brush in AP. Their brushes have as much customization as I would expect for a PS like program, and then do respond to pressure. They also have the mixing brush which I've been very happy with. You can make custom categories for the brushes you use most, and I'm very happy with the set of brushes that have already been included. As for your other points, I can agree that AP should have some option for creating a brush or texture out of an in-app selection instead of exporting, and maybe seeing brushes in a grid of thumbnails instead of a list as well as a "last used brush" like you said. So if all you want to do is paint, then Krita may be better but AP (and AD) are in many ways all-purpose tools for a variety of uses. I would never dream if putting together a photo collage or something in Krita. Also it is not nearly as easy or flexible to create and use Masks in Krita.
  14. You can change the shadow layer to be a Darken or Multiply type. (The drop down menu in the Layers panel, next to Opacity %) This will make it so that only the dark tone in the layer will affect the layers below it.
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