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    cheshiredesigner got a reaction from ... in Some paintings of mine   
    Wow!! Amazing...makes me realise how much studying I still have to do!
    thanks for posting them!
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    cheshiredesigner got a reaction from waveman777 in SVG export without inline CSS   
    Would be useful to have this option for when using CSS to alter SVG in websites so we don't have to edit the code or use !important. (such as the bold bit in this sample)
     
    <path d="M1082.7…………86,320.174C1080.46,339.061 1082.76,370.645 1082.76,414.882L1082.76,727.84Z" style="fill:black;fill-rule:nonzero;"/>
     
     
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    cheshiredesigner got a reaction from David in Cake Logo   
    Really nice branding, great retro style and colours- works really well and the bacon sandwich cake is fantastic! Good luck to your sister.
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    cheshiredesigner reacted to David in Cake Logo   
    I had a birthday cake made to look like a bacon sandwich last year and burger the year before.......I think that tells you I'm a lost cause. 
    Photos attached are the actual cakes, the cake maker is my Sister who's just going self employed this year.


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    cheshiredesigner got a reaction from eejits in Pop up Banner design   
    Hi George,
    the banners look great! Eye-catching images and a large bold header without lots of text. should do the job perfectly-hope it goes well!
    Gary
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    cheshiredesigner got a reaction from David in American Diner Show cover   
    Hi everyone,
    Cover for Summer School Show. Hand drawn basic outline then scanned and bought into Affinity Design to Trace. This is the first actual project I've done in AD and really like the workflow (once I got used to certain ways of working). Looking forward to playing around a bit now this done.
     

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    cheshiredesigner got a reaction from waveman777 in SVG export without inline CSS   
    Would be useful to have this option for when using CSS to alter SVG in websites so we don't have to edit the code or use !important. (such as the bold bit in this sample)
     
    <path d="M1082.7…………86,320.174C1080.46,339.061 1082.76,370.645 1082.76,414.882L1082.76,727.84Z" style="fill:black;fill-rule:nonzero;"/>
     
     
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    cheshiredesigner got a reaction from David in American Diner Show cover   
    Hi everyone,
    Cover for Summer School Show. Hand drawn basic outline then scanned and bought into Affinity Design to Trace. This is the first actual project I've done in AD and really like the workflow (once I got used to certain ways of working). Looking forward to playing around a bit now this done.
     

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    cheshiredesigner got a reaction from David in American Diner Show cover   
    Hi everyone,
    Cover for Summer School Show. Hand drawn basic outline then scanned and bought into Affinity Design to Trace. This is the first actual project I've done in AD and really like the workflow (once I got used to certain ways of working). Looking forward to playing around a bit now this done.
     

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    cheshiredesigner reacted to Rieha in Separate lock button for each layer   
    Locking layers needs to be easier. I suggest separate lock button for each layer (Illustrator style). Doesn't look elegant, but it's fast and intuitive. Now you can unlock a layer by clicking the lock icon beside the hide layer button, but I'd want to lock the layer by clicking at same spot. Please make it an option.

     

    Also, I don't like using the keyboard shortcuts for this, because they're mapped at the wrong side of the keyboard (I'd like a way to remap them).

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