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  1. I think the settings are correct: I have tested this at a new document and is working, so its not a software problem, it seems a problem with this document. I created this file just one month after the release of Publisher, maybe it drags this problem for this reason. I will go around the problem by creating the text frames manualy. Thank you.
  2. Hello, In affinity publisher, if I create the text frames in the marter pages and then in the document pages I activate the option "edit frame content", I can add text and edit it but the spell checker does not work. Am I doing something wrong, is it a software error?
  3. Hello, I am working on the design of a board game and I have found that when exporting the game board in PDF/X-3 format some effects do not export well and also when trying to print the PDF file an error occurs and it does not print. I have overcome the problem by exporting in PDF/x-3 format but checking the option to rasterize everything (then the PDF is correct and can be printed). My doubt is the following; I am interested in the rasterized content not having any loss of quality, that is to say, that it is TIFF at 300dpi, but the export dialog box does not offer me any information about this, in particular I am worried about the option "Allow JPEG compression", does that mean that it is rasterizing the content to JPEG (compressed or not)? I would say no, because if I export the same file to TIFF format, the PDF and TIFF files are almost the same size (59Mb and 52Mb respectively), but I would like to know for sure, I don't want to have any surprises when it comes out of print. Thank you.
  4. That's exactly what's happening, it fits sector size to pixels without decimals, ignoring artboards, guides, or that the document is for printing. I don't remember this happening before the last update.
  5. Neither by dragging the frame with the mouse nor from the transform panel. It happens with different files.
  6. Ok, so better invest the money in the CPU. The graphic card can always be changed and upgraded in the future. Thank you very much.
  7. I have a 9 or 10 year old windows computer that is starting to go slow (I work mainly with Designer) and I am thinking of renewing it. Regarding the graphics card, in Windows 10, is it worth to add an NVIDIA QUADRO or a RADEON PRO, does anyone have experience with this?. It would be a computer with Windows 10. Thank you.
  8. A few days ago I used the isometric perspective tool to make a mockup of a board game. The result is not bad, but with convergent perspective would be much better. I have created the mockup in a separate document in which I copy and paste from other files the 2D elements of the game (map, cards, counters...), then pass them to isometric perspective using the function fit to plane. For me, the convergent perspective would be very useful even if it was destructive. Does anyone else find it interesting, is there any possibility of having this function in the future?
  9. I have been using Illustrator for a few years to design boardgames, I discovered Designer a month ago and I have tested it designing a boardgame. Replacing symbols is very useful when making counters and cards. It is probably the main tool I miss from Illustrator.
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