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  1. Not sure whether this helps with your issue, but it seems that the 20% discount will be extended for a short while even after the launch of Affinity Publisher on Wednesday. Patrick Connor wrote: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/87368-affinity-publisher-to-be-launched-at-affinity-live/&tab=comments#comment-465084 So as far as I can see, there is no need to purchase a pre-release license, as you can still get the discount later for a while.
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    Leading (I think) question

    That’s a nice find.
  3. Thank you, Patrick. It is indeed fixed. So much better.
  4. Yes, it has to be “Bildrahmen.” Good catch! I would say “Farbton” is the standard translation for “tint” … though not perfectly appropriate, it is widely established, I think. https://helpx.adobe.com/de/indesign/using/tints.html
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    Affinity illustrations and experiments

    Personally, I don’t mind this thread being regularly bumped …
  6. Same configuration. All relevant menu items. Please use German typographic quotes everywhere. (Dialogfeld "Typografie" öffnen… is looking particularly odd, for obvious reasons. ) All relevant menu items, every locale. Apple suggests typing a blank before an ellipsis in menu items.
  7. Same configuration. Kontur Studio. The tiny font issue is back. EDIT. Was already reported above. Inhaltsverzeichnis Studio. Various size and overflow issues, see my screenshot.
  8. German, macOS Sierra 10.12.6, Release Candidate 1 Anpinnen Studio. Buttons running into each other, when panel width is sufficiently decreased. Anpinnen Studio. “Pinn” must be “Pin”. Have a look at https://www.duden.de/rechtschreibung/Pin
  9. Supposing that all your source images are of the same size, you could do the following: Open one of the images, go to the Macro Studio (View > Studio > Macro), click Record Macro. Select the Circle Tool, draw a circle shape on top of your image, at the position where you would like to have your crop area. With the circle still selected, choose Layer > Rasterise to Mask. Stop the macro recording. Click Add Macro to Library. Then go ahead, choose File > New Batch Job, add your source images, select the desired output format (preferably PNG or TIFF for transparency), and use the macro you created. That should work. Alex
  10. Too big for what? Downloading from the web?
  11. You might have a problem with the Mac App Store cache. Here are two articles describing common App Store issues: http://osxdaily.com/2016/10/08/mac-app-store-temp-cache-folder/ https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/fix-mac-app-store-problems/ Please make sure to backup your system before following any of the suggestions in the linked article. I don’t want to be responsible for any data loss. Really. Nonetheless, I hope that will solve your problem.
  12. Don’t know whether that has been reported already. But there are some issues with explanatory texts and labels in the German Fields Panel. Text is cropped. Furthermore, it seems that fast double-clicks will not be recorded properly. But that isn’t a localisation issue, of course. Fields.mov
  13. Well, that is smart, Old Bruce. I am sure I would never have arrived there. Thank you so much.