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  1. Hi there! Thank you for this amazing ipad app. Can you please help me get the most out of it? I can't find a way to manage the files created with the app. I can't rename files or delete them. I searched the help section with no success. Thanks for your answer ! Congrats for the launch! k.
  2. AD_crashReport_2_29032017.txt OK today is not a good day to work with AD.
  3. Hi Sean, The bug is back today. Working on a different document than the first time. Just moving an art board and ...crash. Again AD in full screen mode. Safari opened but no music. Please find here the crash report. I had two other bugs yesterday, but not artboard related. You 'll find the crash reports along with today's one. I've added the date to each report in the filenames so you can find your way around. AD_Crash_29032017.txtAD_crash_report_2_28032017.txtAD_crash_report_28032017.txt Cheers. k.
  4. Sean, Sorry i forgot to answer your first question. The day of the bug, i was able to create another document with multiple art boards and embedded documents without any issues. I've noticed however, even though the bug didn't happen again, that, since the update, AD redraw the screen differently than before when panning and zooming. When the software is done redrawing the "checkerboard" of the image, there's a second of freezing that never existed before the update. That was the moment the app crashed. It might very well be an impression though. I'm sorry to realize it might not be of use at all. Thanks again, congrats for your work and "hi" to the team. k.
  5. Hi Sean. Thank you for your reply. I can't reproduce the bug. Which is a good news, right? I spent a few minutes trying to mimic the conditions in which i was working the other day without any results. Maybe the bug occurred because i didn't restart my computer after the update. Rebooting is the only thing that happened between the bug and now. You're welcome to try if you wish to test the update on an old machine. To help you with that, see my system specs below and let me please know a "private" way to share the afdesign file with you. Many thanks k. (Computer was running a few apps with AD: Safari with spotify playing music and Mail. AD was in full screen mode on an additional monitor of 1920x1080px )
  6. Hi there, Just updated to 1.5.5 version of affinity designer and i can't work with art boards anymore. The app crashes every time i try to move an art board, or try to resize it, or duplicate it.. I have an old computer one might say, but this very same computer ran the very same app with the same heavy document yesterday. Thanks ! k.
  7. abk


    Thanks Meb, thanks David!! I hope to make more of these in the future, either in vector format or using spraypaint. A lot of work ahead !!! :) Peace, k
  8. abk


    If you wish, i'd be happy to receive any feedback from this community on this work or any other one you'll find in my behance portfolio. http://www.behance.net/LeProjector Most of these though, were done with Adobe products and spray paint. Affinity products weren't in the neighborhood back then. And you can't beat spray paint ;) Peace, k
  9. abk


    Hi there, Here is an image i did on Affinity Designer. It's still a work in progress, hope you'll enjoy ! Peace, k
  10. Great Tutorials ! Great work ! Amazing software. Many thanks !!
  11. Hi MEB, Thank you for your reply.:) I might wait for Affinity publisher to be released then. ;) I kind of felt Affinity Designer maybe wasn't the place you would decide to place such features. I hope it will be though. To tell you the whole truth, considering the humble (but intensive ;)) use i make of indesign, AFDesigner might be a lot more than a substitute for me. The way you implemented the art boards is really bright and appears to be a great new feeling of working with multiple pages documents. Make the ability for a grid to be set document wide, the ability to link text frames and create text styles (ok, maybe a few other stuff) and i won't need indesign anymore, I probably won't need AFPublisher either... I'm exaggerating a bit but if i do feel the need for Affinity Photo to exist, i'm not sure I feel the same about Affinity publisher. Adobe made Indesign because composing even a 4 pages document on Illustrator is a computer-aided suicide. We can't really say that about AFDesigner, even though it wasn't meant to be a publishing software and is far from perfect, it does cut it. Maybe you should give your own software a try :P Cheers, and thanks, again. I'm grateful for your work. k.
  12. Hi there ! I'm also experiencing performance issues... Don't know what to do. So in love with these apps, i feel a bit frustrated. However, results in AD and AF seemed to be improved since i've checked the "use only integrated GPU" checkbox on the pref panel. Still, the apps are sometimes a bit too slow to work. Again, my machine is old too... really old.. But the products' system requirements do say we should be able to work with old machines as long as they have multicore processors. k. Machine: MacBook Pro 13inch mid 2009 | 2,53 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo | 8 Go 1067 MHz DDR3 | NVIDIA GeForce 9400M 256 Mo
  13. Hi There! Congratulations for making one of the greatest graphic design software in the market. Recently i had the pleasure to discover the clever way you implemented art boards on affinity designer. Combined with the export and grid capabilities of the software it makes the app a great publishing tool. A few things are missing though to make it a fully pleasant tool to work with. I saw text styles are on the road map. I would add the ability to link text frames so a text imported in a frame can overflow to another chosen frame. When dealing with large amounts of text across multiple columns, these could really change one's life. THx for paying attention, k.
  14. Hi there, I agree with johs... Defined shortcut to adjust size and hardness is impossible to use with a french kbd. That makes also impossible to set tablet-pen's button shortcuts, which could be really handy. Your app still great though. Cheers, abk