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chrisiophe

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  1. I produce magazines and have to insert PDF advertisements. The problem is that i need to install all the fonts that i don't have and i can't ask the advertiser to send them, because it simply doesn't have them. So, I have to open the PDF with Photoshop and save it to TIFF file. I understand that i need the fonts if i OPEN the PDF file just like Adobe Illustrator does. But when i PLACE it for a print purpose, it should not ask the fonts. Illustrator and In-desing do not ask for the fonts when we place a PDF, only when we open. I work in a print shop and we are waiting for this feature to get rid of ADOBE. All our team use Affinity and love it a lot more that Adobe. Faster, more fluid and more fun to use!... but we have this fonts problem....
  2. It would be nice to be able to make some objet ignored by text wrap.
  3. Not a copy, it's much better Faster, smoother, and you can copy-paste text from any document and it keeps all the italic, bold, fonts etc... I will get rid of my overpriced Adobe subscription
  4. I'm making books and magazines with In-Design and i'm about to leave the Adobe suite for the Affinity Suite. A very important feature you must include is the ability to import Microsoft Word DOC text and keep the Bold, italic etc from the original. Many authors give me Word document with Bold, italic, font size.... already formated. It is vey important to keep this when importing. Having the option to import only text without images if any are included inside the Word document would be nice too, because some authors leave images in their documents, but you don't want them to be imported. In-Design has this features, so Publisher can't be a good In-Desing replacement without this.
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