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  1. Yeah but I remember Indesign shows a line where the spread stops so at least you know WHY it disappeared. I got stuck in that for more than 30 mins. LOL.
  2. I figured out that it was working but NOT when you drag the element to the TOP of the spread (which is weird). Only left and right will work to show the visible items off the spread.
  3. When i drag an image/svg slightly off the artboard, it doesn't show me the part that is NOT on the white artboard (including bleed) space. Even if I completely drag the object off the artboard, it still doesn't show up, it's invisible. If i click on the invisible thing, it shows the selection rectangle, and I can drag it back to the page layout and it appears again. So it's not possible to keep some stuff in your design off-artboard as alternatives, etc. only the artboard is considered? It's weird cause I played with views, clip canvas (which only shows/hides the bleed space, not the rest).
  4. Hi Has Affinity Publisher been shelved? I don't see it listed anywhere anymore, neither in the roadmap nor in any new posts. Only a few forum members keep saying it will be available, Early 2016... Late 2016.. 2017, and just keep moving the date. That probably means that linked images will be shelved as well, as that was supposed to be in Publisher? I guess Affinity Windows and the iOS apps are now taking priority.
  5. Any luck on this feature? Key Object Alignment is "key". Sometimes you already have the main object in the correct place, then you need align a secondary object to the original object's position. In Affinity, both objects will move, without a key object "lock".
  6. It's been over a year and this feature doesn't seem to have made the cut. Any idea when it will be implemented? One of the primary reasons why I'm not switching yet, as embedded files are HUGE, whereas linked designer files are relatively small.
  7. YES! +1 Eye dropper to pickup the color from another object. Select a object, press a hotkey and click on another object that you'd like to pickup the color from, voila - most other programs work this way. This dragging a tool all over the place isn't very intuitive.
  8. Yep, you have to use the clipping method + "Lock Children". If you use the Mask method, it also works, but there are some strange selection handles which is very confusing (drag rectangle on top of image). Clipping: 1. Drag Image BELOW the Rectangle (so it becomes a child -- NOT a mask, which is OVER it) 2. Ensure you have the "Lock Children" checked below the toolbar -- in the properties area, where it says "Curve ... Fill... Stroke... Convert to Curves ... [x] Lock Children This works great. You can now independently scale/move the rectangle (parent) and image (the child).
  9. Singuy. Perhaps you can enlighten us all where this option is, because I evaluated the newly released version and I cannot find this on a layer right-click, or in the Layers Menu? Is this perhaps on a particular beta build that we may not have access to yet? Not everyone is comfortable with using beta software, especially since Affinity's performance has taken a big "glitch/flicker" hit since they introduced artboards in the final software.
  10. There doesn't seem to be a nice way to manage swatches after you created them in a custom Document Palette, e.g. select multiple swatches and then delete them. Any ideas?
  11. The Gradient pop-out Panel allows you to duplicate a colour stop, but the Gradient Editor (on the shape) has no such function, you can't CTRL/CMD Click a colour stop and drag it into a new location? Any ideas?
  12. You can actually just drag inside the selection to move it around (no spacebar support).
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