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  1. Pyanepsion

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    Hi, Petar Petrenko. If you ask in English to speak English, you are not sure of being understood. Not everyone really understands all languages. For my part, I master especially the most popular of them: the Google translate. 24th says: "Urgently please, add the possibility to add notes at the bottom of the page!".
  2. Thanks, Wosven. I see that I have to formulate the question differently. What are the graphic formats (ISO/IEC/ITU-T, firs list) and (Curioisities, other list) that are not recognized by Affinity softwares?
  3. Hello, Several graphic formats have emerged before disappearing more or less, but they still exist. Here are all the graphic formats that seem to be referenced. The best known The curiosities Is it possible to create them all with Affinity software, or at least be able to load them into its software?
  4. Each method has its disadvantages and advantages! Natural integers allow you to multiply and divide more quickly, because there is little number, but you can’t really perceive the difference between two ratios. The relative numbers lead to an imprecision accentuated by the number of figures available on the calculator, and it takes longer to type on the calculator but we immediately detect which is the largest ratio.
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    We totally agree. This is only an effective alternative in the meantime. Highly Affinity adds this feature.
  6. (Firstdefence. It's about getting an image of 800 × 1200, not deforming it, but thank you for these clarifications always useful.) I see. We must in fact forget the habits of the two aforementioned software. If I understand correctly, it's still a little longer than a simple "Redecut Image" function, but we do not screw up the original image and that is appreciable. 1. Resize the document from the Document / Resize Document menu. 2. Resize the canvas from the Document / Resize Canvas menu after removing the gold padlock and adjusting to the desired dimensions.
  7. With Photofiltre and GIMP, you get what you pay for, that is, not much.
  8. It's about getting an image of 800 × 1200, not deforming it. Affinity Photo does not use the procedure I see in the Photofiltre and GIMP softwares. I'm bored with the 2.3 pixels that overflow.
  9. @Firstdefence. It would distort the image. @Joachim_L. Thanks. When I do this and select the image, I see that the 2.3 pixels still appear. How to proceed ?
  10. Hello, That's an image of 2832 × 4256 px. I need to get the image in 800 × 1200. So I use the Document/Resize document tool. I get 800 × 1202.3 px. How to cut the image to 1200 px (remove the 2.3 px in excess)?
  11. The argument obviously can not be retained even if it partly explains the thing. Regardless of this, let's not forget that Affinity started the development of its software for 5 years and that Publisher is the replacement of PagePlus created in 1991 by the same company. That said, I think we can be accommodating, because as PagePlus was mediocre, so Publisher seems to want to achieve perfection.
  12. Thank you, Joachin_L and Carl123. It is indeed a second best. We have to copy the text in Word or Excel, create a table on Publisher, select the number of cells and lines corresponding (in fact more than one cell), delete the added column, readjust the table. That said, if I had known that, I would have saved a lot of time on my new desktop publishing. Let's say it's a basic feature, and that's where QuarkXPress and Indesign advertise.
  13. Hello, How to convert plain text with a separator, for example tabs or semicolons, into a table?
  14. Il ne s'agit pas ici d'un tableau, mais d'un colonnage du texte. Le cadre de texte est donc divisé en 4 colonnes et on pose dessus un autre objet de type cadre de texte sur 3 colonnes qui va contenir le titre. On ajoute ensuite un habillage de ce cadre de titre.
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