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  1. Hey, thank you for taking the time to reply again.... That answers my question perfectly. I appreciate it!.... I'm guessing I will have to be patient and wait for something similar to arrive on Afffinity. haha.
  2. Hi First Defence, thank you for the reply but I don't really feel like it has answered my question. I am already aware of the power duplicate tool but in Adobe Illustrators transform tool all the parameters can be edited and tuned to achieve far more complex geometric patterns, its very fast and efficient. For example editing the circle, see the video. I.e.. number of copies, angles, scaling/moving vertical/horizontal positions. Far more complex patterns can be achieved in Illustrator with a lot less effort by using there transform tool, its alot different to the power duplicate in Affinity. Every parameter can be easily edited to make a wider range of patterns which are not easy to make with power duplicate alone. Is there any thing/menu/tool like this in Affinity where I have more control over the duplication or am I just stuck with power duplicate Cmd+J? I hope my question is a bit clearer this time. I appreciate your time, thanks again.
  3. Hi. I would like to know if there is anything in Affinity designer like the Adobe Illustrators transform effect? (See video below) I am wanting to make complex geometric patterns. I know about power duplicate in affinity but it seems like there is far much more control with the transform tool in Illustrator, plus it saves a lot of time. I have posted an example video below from Adobe Illustrator, this is what I am looking to do. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCwmEfCsPdw&t=328s Can any one point me in the right direction? Or are we limited to power duplicate in Affinity designer/photo? Any ideas/help will be appreciated! Thank you for your time. Dan.
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