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  1. Yes, this is a good option. Unfortunately, the pictures do not have the path of the pictures. If it is a booklet, and not too old to find the pictures, it will be a good choice, because the transformation of text out of the PDF is quite good.
  2. I am new with Affinity Photo Mac and will use the photoshop plugins of CS6. But i cannot find the correct path to the plugins or see them. Not in the CS6 Folder or in the Library Folders. Is there any instruction? Thanks for some help! Josef
  3. Yes. This is the workaround. Thanks for all your thoughts on this!
  4. Thanks. Yes it is an good idea to go on with publisher and the other programs. for this price i suggest it anyway to buy it for some purposes. Good luck!
  5. Thanks for this answer. yes switching is cost and time intensive. I try for the moment photoline32 which is qute good but the layout is a bit rough. For the indesign matter - which is really important, i try now viva designer. What i like on affinity is the layout and the congruency. Unfortunately i have lots of files in indesign 6 which i have to use again and again. I tested the possibility with opening the PDF files, and this was astonishing good. In my case, it is not only the price, but the Adobe monthly payment is not an option as it feels unhonest and unfair as they use their monopolistic condition. if you compare the prices, its only good for a superuser or company to use adobe, but not for a normal layouter or designer.
  6. For me it is quite important, that i can import idml-files as my work of the last 10 years is then unabailable. When do you think the idml-importer will be ready? In my case, I would also pay for it extra, as for other modules like a xpress importer despite of some errors on transparency or such explicit indesign or xpress things.
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