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MaiglSens

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  1. @ReneCGN Thank you for the qucik reply. Hmmm... that's unfortunate... Do you by any chance know a good way to bring this to the developers attention? Because at least for me and quite a lot of my friends this is a major function in InDesign we always use...
  2. Hey guys, I'm fairly new here but I'm really happy with all the affinity programs so far. I still have a question about publisher, though. Is there a way in publisher to enter a full screen page preview mode like in Adobe InDesign? An equivalent to the shortcut "[Shift]+W"? All I can find in Publisher is the "preview mode" but that only effects all the guides and boxes and stuff. Then I could also press [Tab] in addition to get rid of all the toolbars and stuff. But I can't figure out a way to get rid of everything and just see the current page maximized to my screen without anything program related (e.g. page outlines ...). Thanks in advance for helping me out here. Cheers Michael
  3. Hi, I just purchased your complete Affinity series and am really happy with it so far. Although I just started working with it yesterday But I already encountered some small problems I can't solve myself. My most important question so far is about the alignment function. As a previous Adobe user I am used to be able to align two objects while one is staying in place. Using Affinity Designer I can't find a way to do that. Whenever I want to align two or more objects they all move and meet up in "the middle". With Adobe I was able to select multiple objects, then release the [Shift]-Key and klick on one of the selected objects. That object would then stay in it's place while all the other selected objects would align with it after clicking one of the [align]-buttons. Is there a way to do the same thing in Affinity Designer? Thank you very much in advance. Cheers, Michael
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