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  1. @walt.farrell@Alfred never mind, it's possible to resize, just a little bit tricky and not like the other software. Sorry about the confusion 😅
  2. Good day! Just found an issue. I was trying to resize the Af. Publisher window, but failed. Can't grab any of the corners to be able to resize it. Is this a bug?
  3. @NotMyFaultTo be honest, I prefer H and W to be there. Position and h/w value are not same (I believe you know this). I've used pretty much all the popular design software, all of them have indications for height and width.
  4. I don't know about you, but I find it necessary/must to add the indication right before each box. If that makes the user's life much easier then why not adding them!
  5. I always struggle to figure out the height and width when resizing a document. It'd be great if there are some sort of indicators for the height and width.
  6. @Alfred thanks so much. I knew about this. It's simple, but there are scopes to make it even simpler. I posted 2 screenshots above. Could you please take a look?
  7. @loukash nope. I knew about this. How do I specify the columns and rows for the artboards? It's quite simple in AI.
  8. Adding equal space between all the artboards at a time Resizing artboards at a time Rearranging them at a time (specifying columns and rows) I can't remember the others at this moment. But these are the very basic staffs. Maybe I don't know the right process 😕
  9. It's a pity that the artboard management system on AD is really not up to the mark. I hope the devs work on this to make it more efficient to use.
  10. Hi @StevenS. Thanks for your response Everything is fine now. I'm not quite sure what the cause was.
  11. Good day! I'm not able to login to my existing Affinity account. It's giving me a 403 Forbidden error message when trying to log in. Please solve this issue. It's urgent! Thanks for your attention.
  12. Good day! Joining nodes has become a headache for me. It's not as convenient as we can see in Adobe Illustrator. Anyone can tell me how to join 2 overlaping nodes? I tried selecting both nodes using the node tool and hit the Join button. Seems useless to me. Someone please help. Best regards Tamzid
  13. Hey guys. I know the term Compound Path doesn't go with Affinity Designer. But I think it makes more sense if you've used Adobe Illustrator before. So this is a curve which is one single object. What I'd like to do is break it into pieces. Is it possible in Affinity Designer? Thanks for your attention!
  14. @firstdefence yes, that's one way to achieve the result that I'm after. But it'd be nice to have a simpler way to get the same result. Actually I've found a bug which I'm going to post very soon. Thanks by the way
  15. Good day! I was wondering if there was an way to start a new artboard from a new row and a way to customize the gap between artboards. If you guys know how to do so then please share the methods. TIA! 😃 I know I can do that manually. But it'd be great if there's an easier way to do that. Best Tamzid
  16. Hello everyone! I've a question regarding triming an object. Is there any to remove the transparent background as we do in Adobe Photoshop (Image > Trim)? Looking forward to your answers
  17. @Fixx sort of. But if you convert the compound path to regular curve then you'll no longer have access to the primary components.
  18. @walt.farrell hmm... We've to assign the shortcuts manually. Thanks for sharing the post!
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