ronnyb

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  1. Multiple fills and strokes are coming... perhaps the devs can add a Clipping vs Regular Mode toggle there...?
  2. Touchbar controls for Brush tool in Pixel persona dont update in Main UI
  3. Any updates on this?
  4. DAM.... its about time! Can’t wait to have an Affinity competitor to LR; hopefully along the lines of Aperture more-so than LR...
  5. Incredible... looks like AD is starting to dip a toe in the 2.5D world...
  6. I recently finished an 8.5" x 8.5" children's book with full bleed illustrations on every page... the AD files was 1.8GB. All the 300dpi RGB files were obviously embedded/placed as Affinity doesn't support linking files yet... but you know what, AD pans and zooms with zero delays, it's incredible.. Just thinking about having a file like that on InDesign or Illustrator gives me a headache...
  7. I got this same error - doesn't fix if I re-download beta 1 installer.
  8. Yeah I'll try ti and report back. It would be a great addition for a future version of Affinity apps to have a one button backup & restore mechanism for saving and loading everything from the user's system set-up, including system wide App preferences. System configuration is a major sore-point in pro-level software...
  9. Glad u found that useful... you can also just hold down spacebar WHILE you nudge...
  10. Sean the folder is 1.28 GB... are sure you want me to DM it? Without the assets and raster brushes items it comes down to 85 MB. I'll DM that....
  11. So I recently finished a 48 pg children's book with full page illustrations spanning every spread. Some strange discrepancies in file sizes I wanted to ask for clarity on: 1. The original illustrations placed were UNCOMPRESSED RGB TIFFs @ 300 dpi. Size of the folder containing the TIFFs = 817 MB. Exported PDFs without JPG compression. Size of the folder containing all exported PDFs = 820 MB. 2. I saved all TIFFs with ZIP compression @ 300 dpi. Size of folder containing compressed TIFFs = 487 MB. Exported PDFs without JPG compression. Size of folder containing all exported PDFs = 802 MB. This was a YUGE surprise. What's going on? I had to compress with JPG which I wanted to avoid in order to get PixartPrinting.com to accept the files. I don't want to print JPGs.
  12. There is no way to save and then turn on and off different sets of slices for export. In my document, I have a set of slices which I want to export in high res, and another set I want in low res; but I don't want to export BOTH at the same time, sometimes I only want to export the high res, and another time the low res... It would be beneficial to be able to have an option to save multiple sets of checked slices and quickly switch between these sets, specially in documents like mine with 50+ slices. Thanks for your consideration.
  13. Chris, I am simply selecting items from the slices panel... I tried it again and it's still doing it
  14. 1. If one has more more slices than fit in the studio panel, and one is trying to select slices below the visible ones via scrolling down, as soon as you select another slice, AD takes you to the top of the list. This is a real PITA for docs with large sets of slices to be exported. 2. There is no way to save and then turn on and off different sets of slices for export. In my document, I have a set of slices which I want to export in high res, and another set I want in low res; but I don't want to export BOTH at the same time, sometimes I only want to export the high res, and another time the low res... It would be beneficial to be able to have an option to save multiple set of checked slices and quickly switch between these sets. Thanks for your consideration
  15. Hey R C-R, sure it works; I was just suggesting additional functionality for importing a palette directly from one document into another, without exporting and saving an additional file. If I'm creating a new document for the same client, I probably want to use (or at least start with) the same palette as a previous doc. I certainly DON'T want ot have every client palette stored as an application-wide palette, that would be insane... are you trying to get us all killed?!?! I think application palettes are appropriate for color systems like Pantone, etc. Hopefully other systems are translated, like artists markers (like the wonderful Concepts app in iOS) or Berol Prismacolor coloring pencils, etc...