Patrick Connor

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  1. Vincent B Welcome to the Serif Affinity forums. The book is really written for the desktop version. As the tutorial files can be very large (and multiple) we zipped them up, which is not an issue on a desktop computer. I suggest that you download them on a different device, and if you wish to try to follow the book on the iPad, put the unzipped contents somewhere that the iPad can access them (but not zipped up)
  2. @lrjdesign Welcome to the Serif Affinity forums. I hope you find that it suits your needs
  3. Please can you try the latest Affinity Designed for Mac beta which has changed this code. This beta will install side by side with your release version. Affinity Photo for Mac beta will follow suit with this input change soon.
  4. @warente Welcome to the Serif Affinity forums. Thanks for your very useful initial contributions.
  5. @TransitionMan Welcome to the Serif Affinity forums. This is the easiest question of the day..... YES
  6. Reuber, Your question belongs on the legacy Plus range forums where PagePlus experts can help get you access to the software and your files. The answer, by the way is that the starter edition (in your screen shot) cannot load PagePlus X9 documents. You need to reinstall PagePlus X9, probably downloadable from your legacy account.
  7. Welcome to the Serif Affinity forums DELLWOOD33 Agreed, I have modified my post to say more clearly what I meant.
  8. fatih11, Welcome to the Serif Affinity Forums. Thanks for your suggestion, which I'm sure would be appreciated by many users.
  9. Well if you think it is not, why have you deleted it?
  10. Rohmat was asking for help replacing the head-shot of a man on an official form with that of another man, while still leaving the official stamp that was overlapping the original picture. I approved the first post, and clearly did not have to... I am not saying he should not ask.. I was saying a sarcastic 'good luck' as it didn't seem like the sort of thing the nice people here would encourage. It may be perfectly innocent, but it was hella-suspicious looking. Suffice to say I will be watching this particular user closely, as I have done with others. If another mod takes a harder line than I that's fine too. Patrick Connor Head of QA and Tech Support The Affinity Team
  11. Rohmat Welcome to the Serif Affinity forums. LOL, good luck getting help with this apparently obvious fraud...
  12. Gesine, Welcome to the Serif Affinity forums. You asked about commercial use. MEB linked to the license but quoted the personal use section. As you asked about commercial use section 2 is also relevant....and the answer is still yes, for your own use you may install it on both of your computers, but not for two people to use commercially. The License granted to you is limited, non-transferable and non-exclusive. Except to the extent any rights cannot be excluded by law, you are permitted: ...... if you are a commercial enterprise, to download, install, use and run one (1) copy of the Serif Software for use either: (a) by one specific individual on each of the Windows Computer(s) that they use that you own or control, or (b) by multiple individuals on a single shared Windows Computer that you own or control; For example, a single employee may use the Serif Software on both their desktop and laptop Windows Computer, or multiple employees may serially use the Serif Software on a single Windows Computer used as a shared resource.
  13. Affinity software does not run on Android, and if we did it would probably be licensed individually. Our price takes into account the OS specific licenses.
  14. @channelhopper Welcome to the Serif Affinity forum. For your own personal or business use you can install it on all of those with one license if they are all Windows (or all Macs using the same Apple ID). If other people are involved then there are 3 types of license for the Windows version, personal, business and educational The threads which share the 'license tag" explain this popular question further. If they are a mixture of Mac OS and Windows then you need to buy a license for each one.
  15. @djmcd0 Welcome to the Serif Affinity forums. DXF export is not on the Affinity Designer roadmap, but you have done the right thing by bumping this thread, that the head of development posted to, over 3 years ago saying For now you could export in a vector format like SVG and convert that. May I ask what software you require DXF files for please, or is it to deliver to clients?