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  1. My camera, a Lumix GX-85, has a nifty feature called "post focus". Basically, it uses the 4K movie mode to make a focus stack; each frame in the little movie clip has a slightly different focal plane. It's possible to do the processing in-camera, but I much prefer doing it in my studio on the big screen with a keyboard and mouse. So, I extract the frames in an app called SnapMotion, and then create the focus merge in AF Photo. Generally, this process works great. I can get wonderful sharpness and depth of field in macro work handheld or with improvised support. BUT, sometimes, there is a littl
  2. A couple of problems with the whole "facing pages" thing. The original document is not set up with facing pages. Its destination is Kindle. The only reason page numbers and other master page elements are in this version is to help us find locations for edits. Second, I don't see any way to make a "Facing Pages IDML". Perhaps that feature was added in later versions of ID. I'm running ye olde CS4. When I export a document as an idml file, I do not get any options. The Youtube video I saw which introduced this new feature said that idml files are created as part of the package process, but when
  3. By the way, I'm running OS 10.14 (Mojave) on my late 2015 27" iMac.
  4. I've been using Publisher 1.8 quite a bit on my iMac. I have not had crashing problems. The performance is good. I have had a different problem with importing InDesign files.
  5. I read with great joy about the new update to Publisher being able to open and edit InDesign files... well .idml files, anyway. I've got an old version of InDesign running on my old laptop and a bunch of ID projects which I need to be able to covert to Publisher. So, for several projects, I've opened the old ID file on the laptop, exported as an .idml file, taken the new file to my new computer, and opened i in Publisher. Sometimes this works without a hitch, even for some complicated projects. But other times, the content slides over so it's half off the page. For single-page projects, that's
  6. The last lingering problem with my de-Adobification project is replacing Lightroom. I've been trying Exposure X5 from Alien Skin. There are quite a few things I like about it but it doesn't do compositing for HDR or panoramas. I thought that would be OK, since AF Photo does these things. But, when I export a stackable RAW file series from EX5 to AF Photo, the RAW images just open in the develop persona. Then I have to develop them, save them, close them, and then do a new HDR merge. There's got to be a better way. I suppose I could use Ex5 to find the exact location and filenames of the RAW f
  7. I, too, am seeking a Lightroom replacement as I cut the cord to Adobe. For my projects, the features I need most seem relatively simple: indexing. So far at least, I'm impressed with the RAW and compositing features in AF Photo. It's not hard to imagine a LR replacement working in the Affinity-scape. The AF-LR would sync with AF Photo by enabling me to find and choose specific images based on keywords, etc. and pass them to Photo for processing. In AF Pub, my photo library would appear in the Assets Panel, sorted by my choice of keyword, date, or location on my HD. As I research the currently
  8. Fiddlesticks. Listing all of the hard carriage returns in this 20 page doc is no help. Converting this catalog to AF Publisher is turning into a big project. Thanks for the info.
  9. Another one for the This Feature Has to Be Here Somewhere file: How do I do a find & replace which is limited to a selection? Specifically, I'm working on a catalog which used to be an InDesign file. One of the categories of formatting which gets lost in the translation is text wraps. All of the line breaks in the old text wrap become hard carriage returns. So, if I move the image, it leaves a hole. If I re-size the image or the column, everything goes wonky-bonkles. So, I want to select a chunk of text and replace the hard carriage returns with spaces. But I absolutely do not wa
  10. Dang, that's super-duper simple. I don't even have to command-v the image into the new file. I'm just so used to the command-n shortcut for a new file I didn't even think to look elsewhere for the option elsewhere. Thanks.
  11. I'm just starting making the switch from Photoshop to AF Photo. I frequently need to edit screen grabs of odd sizes. The screen grab function on my Mac allows me to grab a portion of the screen and send the image to the pasteboard. In Photoshop, when I create a new document when there's an image on the pasteboard, it gives me the option to make the new document the size of the pasteboard image. So, I just creat a new doc the right size, and click command-v. I cannot find this option in AF Photo. Does it exist and I'm just not looking in the right place?
  12. Hmmmm..... I'm using Publisher 1.7.3 I tried a version of the tif file without text. Same problem. I deleted the eps file. Same problem. I changed the text in Publisher from Clarendon to Caslon. The problem disappeared. So, apparently there's something wrong with this particular version/copy of Clarendon.
  13. I've developed a hypothesis. Unfortunately, I can't test it until I get back to my office computer in the morning. The tif file uses an Adobe font which subscribers can activate online and use in their projects. Publisher wasn't recognizing the font, but Photoshop was, so I did a little text wrap in Photoshop and placed the tif in Publisher. But I didn't rasterize the font, so Publisher is probably having problems embedding it in the pdf, but the preview version is good enough to make a jpeg. I'll try rasterizing the font in the tif tomorrow.
  14. hmmmm... that's interesting. I wonder what my particular rig is choking on....
  15. Here are the linked files. Maybe my problems will go away when I complete my de-abobification. For the moment, the tif was created in Photoshop and the .eps came from an old version of Illustrator.bernie-waves.tif bernie-waves.tif bernie-logo-black.eps
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