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Kennerd

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  1. "Ctrl 0" was the answer. Thanks for the help! Much appreciated. This will be a big help. I didn't know about the zoom function associated with the number pad either. Bonus! Have a great day!
  2. I'm trying to figure out if there is a shortcut or simple way to align/center images across all tabs. I'm working on mobile app mockup pages - one mockup image per tab. All images share the same dimensions. There are five tabs in total. I would like to be able have each tab display it's image centered horizontally and vertically... making a standard position. The aim is to be able to flip through the tabs without having the images residing in different spaces on the screen. I would like them to display in the same exact spot on the screen... so I don't have to move the scroll bars to try and center each image. I hope this makes sense! Thanks for your help.
  3. Thanks for the help. I'll check into your suggestions. One thing I've run into when trying to change the color of the png in Photo using the Color Overlay FX... the image gets a bit of a hue, but doesn't actually change to the color I've selected. Must be a setting somewhere that I'm missing.
  4. Hey there- I'm new to Affinity products. I'm working on a mock-up for a mobile app. In Designer, I've grabbed some of the glyphs from the asset manager for the navigation bar at the bottom of the phone display. I needed an image that wasn't in the asset manager so I found something that worked for me from elsewhere. The image file is a png. Now, I'm trying to figure out how to make it function like the included glyphs do. For instance, while trying out different color schemes - with the glyphs - I just have to select the glyph and then choose a color. That's not working with the png file. Is there a way to convert the png to the same file type as the glyph so it will behave like one? Thanks
  5. Thanks for your help. I've found it in the navigator as directed.
  6. Hi there. I'm new to Affinity but find it intuitive. Working in Designer... I'm wondering if there is a way to have the zoom slider tool (not simply the magnifier icon) always available somewhere on the screen. I know I can use the ctrl key and then a number to get different zoom levels-- and that's pretty handy. But, it would be great to have access to the zoom slider control without having to first click on the magnifier icon. I can't figure out how to do this. Is this possible? Thanks!
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