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  1. yes yes yes! The possibility to import CAD drawings into Affinity Designer without creating zillions of polyline points from perfect Bezier curves and circles is an absolute dream feature. I currently use an ancient version of Visio (2003) which has the amazing ability to do exactly that, i.e. remove 99% of the polyline points and converting everything back to pure Bezier perfection. Affinity Product Managers, please get moving!
  2. OK so I only want to copy a group from page 3 of my (originally PDF) document to page 2 and paste it exactly in place there. For the life of me I can't seem to be able to do that. BTW, is there a "single page view" of a multi page document? I can't find that either
  3. +1 for this feature. This is something that even Visio 2003 could already do: http://www.visguy.com/2009/07/02/draw-tangent-lines-in-visio/
  4. I wished it even would show that icon when selecting something and hovering over the rotation handle -- but it doesn't for me What's more, when I rotate a group (containing a bitmap and lots of vectors) using "Transform" values, that group doesn't even rotate about its center
  5. Yeah, but even then only for some simple shapes or text boxes. For bitmaps or more complex paths, it's not available. Well, I don't urgently need it at the moment anyway. Thanks
  6. Thanks -- but that's greyed out for almost every object selection I make 🤔
  7. A rather redundant answer, don't you think? I suppose that this means there is no such function in Affinity Designer.
  8. Yeah thanks, had seen that. Sorry, forgot to mention that I'm looking for a way to do the same in Affinity Designer.
  9. Hi Forum, Is there a function to trim the canvas size down to the size of the drawing objects (i.e. to the size of their bounding box)? Thanks for ideas
  10. +300 for this feature request ...all the more since the implementation of this feature in Photoline is not really good -- which you see as soon as you try and export that vector pattern and you realize it is made up of zillions of tiny line segments that render terrible and don't line up properly.
  11. I just saw that apparently, Photoline can do it: I only can't seem to find how to do it in Photoline -- and I am not yet unlocked in the forum over there as a user 😐 Can somebody maybe point me in the right direction? Edit: found it in Photoline's fill palette
  12. +1 for this feature! BTW, are any of you guys aware of a drawing program that supports vector based hatch fills? Thanks heaps guys
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