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marioncatlin

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  1. It took me a long time (15 years) to move from Quark Xpress to Indesign because when I first tried it (ID) as it was rubbish at a few things, mostly print problems as I recall, which was enough for me to stick with Quark, why not? But then we were talking about two one-off purchase products that only needed to be paid for when a (voluntary) upgrade was needed so they were direct competitors. The competition between Affinity and Adobe now is to do with licensing v subscription models and I can't justify paying a high monthly rate for upgrades/updates that I don't want or need - in fact they positively annoy me most of the time. So I will run them alongside each other and once I am assured that Affinity is here to stay and especially if I have to update my OS which will happen eventually and CS6 stops working. Then I will do whatever I can to avoid shifting to Creative Cloud and I hope that Publisher will have Indent to Here before then
  2. It took me a long time (15 years) to move from Quark Xpress to Indesign because when I first tried it (ID) as it was rubbish at a few things, mostly print problems as I recall, which was enough for me to stick with Quark, why not? But then we were talking about two one-off purchase products that only needed to be paid for when a (voluntary) upgrade was needed so they were direct competitors. The competition between Affinity and Adobe now is to do with licensing v subscription models and I can't justify paying a high monthly rate for upgrades/updates that I don't want or need - in fact they positively annoy me most of the time. So I will run them alongside each other and once I am assured that Affinity is here to stay and especially if I have to update my OS which will happen eventually and CS6 stops working. Then I will do whatever I can to avoid shifting to Creative Cloud and I hope that Publisher will have Indent to Here before then
  3. Thanks for the reply. I am sure that Affinity will have to address this and include it. It is early days I guess. I got caught out once, many years ago when using tabs in Quark Xpress rather than the equivalent indent which flows when the text changes position. In my case, the printer had a slightly different version of the typeface and so the bullet-pointed text reflowed leaving terrible gaps where the tabs were. I have never forgotten it. To my way of thinking it is a vital facility to have. Thanks for the ideas, people.
  4. I have bought the newly launched full version, does this feature exist or should I stop looking? Just setting up my first Publisher doc and really need it. all best Marion
  5. I really need this feature. It is vital to any bullet-pointed work. Please!!!
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