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Alibre Design

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  1. Hello, How can I extract and link all TIFF images in the document? Like in this picture from PPX9... Best regards, André
  2. Hi Dan Thanks for your feedback! I understand. But I would prefer PNG's instead of TIFF. If this is effectively not possible, I would like to know how to extract and link all TIFF images in the document. How does that work in AP?
  3. Hello, Affinity Publisher imports PDF well, but many images are mapped as TIF. Serif PagePlus X9 does this much better by mapping images as PNG. The TIF images make the file more than 4x larger than PagePlus X9, which is bad: Resource consumption in Affinity Publisher... Resource consumption in PagePlus X9... Where can I set that Affinity Publisher map images as PNG instead as TIF ? Best regards, André Alibre-Design-Buch_P165-168.pdf
  4. @v_kyr: Thanks for your info. My question was rather to find out an approximate date...
  5. Hello everyone! Thank you very much for the information. We will leave it at that and continue with Serif PagePlus 9. Does anyone have any information when Affinity Publisher is out of beta? Best regards André
  6. Hello together Can I already use AffinityPublisher 1.7.0.227 (Beta) for important projects? We're writing a new book and we need to be sure that the data will be transferred cleanly in future AffinityPublisher beta versions. Can anyone confirm this? Thank you in advance for a statement from Serif (Europe) Ltd. Best regards André
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