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  1. Where do I find the proper dictionaries to be use with A.D. for spellchecking? So far I know the dictionaries are to be added to [on WIN] "ProgramData\Affinity\Common\1.0\Dictionaries What I don't know nor can't seem to find is where the Affinity spellchecking dictionary are located at. !? Could one just use dictionaries from the Mozilla's Firefox or LibreOffice repositories without issues? Thanks
  2. Excuse the lack of proper term but what I referred to as "Sub-place raster image under said object(s)" is Clipping : ) The issues that I've in said case is having to clip the rater image for every object that stands on its own layer. Is there a way to bring all objects/curves into a single layer? I created a simple example to help me illustrate it. I want to clip the yellow figure for all objects present on said group. Given my trials and errors, the best way would be to bring all objects into a single layer. On my project, these objects are different and already have been stylized henc
  3. Hello Affinity community, I recently decided to buy Affinity Designer and from them on I've found new inspiration. Technical mind meets designer mind. I've found inspiration in learning how to flow my away around Affinity designer as I'm able to flow on other graphic design products. I currently am working on two separate projects solely on Affinity designer and even though I've been able to accomplish the major things I needed done there are other things that raise some question and several "oh why haven't they included X or Z feature" For now my question is simple. I've create
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