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Roland Ricaurte

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  1. Hi! I wanted to let you open this thread to support the request, I think that although there are many things that could be added, one urgent one is the mesh or wrap (deformation) that allows you to deform an element, maybe also the perspective option, since it is a little complicated to have to adjust the isometry just to achieve a certain perspective. Let's say you have just edited a logo and you want to adapt it to a screen but you need to adjust each tip or deform it to adapt it to a cylindrical base, it would be good to have this tool at hand since it becomes cumbersome to create perspectives for the logos or graphics texts. greetings Deformation Wrap Perspective Regards! and thanks for the great software!
  2. Great Work Overcoming the obstacles, I can say as a designer and professional that I feel supported by this great affinity serif team! Thank you!
  3. I recommend everyone to buy the software is a wonder also affinity team is constantly attending to errors and problems, especially I recommend buying it because you help the development team to continue with this great project, total, from here to come the version 2.0 you will have made more money or better customers.
  4. You are the best, you take great care of the community and are always aware of the changes in the world, there is a lot of future in the affinity serif team, it reminds me of riot games. hurra affinity hurra!!
  5. Hello T you can right click on the set of elements you want to share a global color.
  6. this would be the result of everything (observes that the intersection has not affected the purple circle, therefore has created a new object)
  7. Hello Dominik thank you for your response, I had already tried that option but it is not what I was looking for, usually I do a delineated as follows I make a shape (underline) here I make the intersection mentioned above, notice that the selection I made previously has not disappeared and only a new object has been created (the selected object) then I can remove the form I had made to create my intersection or reuse it and use the (intersected) object I have created and edit it in any way
  8. Hello everyone! I have opened this thread with the intention of recommending an improvement in geometry tools, generally I have used Adobe illustrator and corel Draw although more corel draw than illustrator xD in fact by the simplicity of their tools especially those of fusion and trimming, I explain... Having two or more objects and wanting to make an intersection is usually the area where the intersection is formed and the rest is eliminated, isn't it? in corel the intersection creates a new object (of that intersection) leaving intact the two selected elements, this is very useful to illustrate human figure where sometimes we do not want to lose the elements and rather create a new one. Another tool and I think that of the best is the back less front and less front behind, usually seems absurd, say (hey but for that I can place the object in front and subtract it from the back, but believe me the practicality of having two buttons summarizes a few steps and is quite comfortable. and maybe I say it from the perspective of a user who uses mostly coreldraw, but every designer who has tried those tools feels that all other programs should have the same function. (that's what I said when I tried several corel things and decided to change my software) affinity has a great power!! ahhh and forgot to recommend you to use flat icons, I don't know why but I think the user experience could improve a little with them. Greetings!
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