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  1. Export as an svg, here's a numpty example as my Japanese is pretty limited. Using Selection only will cut down the clutter <g> <text x="55px" y="59.445px" style="font-family:'SimSun';font-size:30px;">こんにちは</text> <text x="212.5px" y="59.445px" style="font-family:'TimesNewRomanPSMT', 'Times New Roman', serif;font-size:30px;">Mount</text> <text x="300.01px" y="59.445px" style="font-family:'SimSun';font-size:30px;">富士</text> </g> <g> <text x="55px" y="155.778px" style="font-family:'MalgunGothic', 'Malgun Gothic', sans-serif;font-size:30px;">こんにちは</text> <text x="223.003px" y="155.778px" style="font-family:'CourierNewPSMT', 'Courier New', monospace;font-size:30px;">Mount</text> <text x="331.021px" y="155.778px" style="font-family:'MalgunGothic', 'Malgun Gothic', sans-serif;font-size:30px;">富士</text> </g> <g> <text x="55px" y="251.979px" style="font-family:'MicrosoftJhengHeiRegular', 'Microsoft JhengHei', sans-serif;font-size:30px;">こんにちは</text> <text x="213.965px" y="251.979px" style="font-family:'ComicSansMS', 'Comic Sans MS', cursive;font-size:30px;">Mount</text> <text x="310.63px" y="251.979px" style="font-family:'MicrosoftJhengHeiRegular', 'Microsoft JhengHei', sans-serif;font-size:30px;">富士</text> </g>
  2. The attached xml will auto select the lens in PhotoV1 but there is no distortion correction data in the lensfun database so I've had a guess I've run the file through OM Workspace and that does nothing PhotoLab5 does a proper job and corrects the slight amount of pincushion, attached zip contains comparison screenshots ZuikoED30mmF3.5Macro.xml PL5correction.zip
  3. My ancient excel doesn't understand m:ss.sss and it gets shortened to m:ss.ss so the seconds are repeated m:ss.000 works but Publisher V1 doesn't understand it so the only way I could get ms to work in a data merge is to use a csv file rather than xlsx
  4. Extend the canvas Apply the halftone Move the image around as required Rasterise Clip canvas Bit of a slog but the best I can think of
  5. Yep, couldn't agree more I took the image from the second post, upsized it to 3000px high, added the text The left shows the export using bicubic down to 220 wide The right shows the image resized to 220 using bicubic and a little USM But the answer is to use an svg with text as curves Suprime.svg
  6. I took a different approach by writing a notepad++ macro which wraps the svg code in a group whose id is the filename so <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="16" height="16" fill="currentColor" class="bi bi-0-circle" viewBox="0 0 16 16"> <path d="M7.988 12.158c-1.851 0-2.941-1.57-2.941-3.99V7.84c0-2.408 1.101-3.996 2.965-3.996 1.857 0 2.935 1.57 2.935 3.996v.328c0 2.408-1.101 3.99-2.959 3.99ZM8 4.951c-1.008 0-1.629 1.09-1.629 2.895v.31c0 1.81.627 2.895 1.629 2.895s1.623-1.09 1.623-2.895v-.31c0-1.8-.621-2.895-1.623-2.895Z"/> <path d="M16 8A8 8 0 1 1 0 8a8 8 0 0 1 16 0ZM1 8a7 7 0 1 0 14 0A7 7 0 0 0 1 8Z"/> </svg> becomes <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="16" height="16" fill="currentColor" class="bi bi-0-circle" viewBox="0 0 16 16"> <g id="0-circle.svg"> <path d="M7.988 12.158c-1.851 0-2.941-1.57-2.941-3.99V7.84c0-2.408 1.101-3.996 2.965-3.996 1.857 0 2.935 1.57 2.935 3.996v.328c0 2.408-1.101 3.99-2.959 3.99ZM8 4.951c-1.008 0-1.629 1.09-1.629 2.895v.31c0 1.81.627 2.895 1.629 2.895s1.623-1.09 1.623-2.895v-.31c0-1.8-.621-2.895-1.623-2.895Z"/> <path d="M16 8A8 8 0 1 1 0 8a8 8 0 0 1 16 0ZM1 8a7 7 0 1 0 14 0A7 7 0 0 0 1 8Z"/> </g></svg> and when imported as assets the filenames show up. Sadly they don't sort very well after drag dropping onto the Asset panel but you can't have everything. Oh yeah, I also learnt that drag drop doesn't work if Notepad++ is run as admin as is my won't so double click on the exe rather than use the shortcut, then it took a few moments for the 1954 files to appear then a few more for the macro to run but it got there in the end. Macro is attached bootstrap-new-icons.zip AssetsAddGroupID.txt
  7. Works if the object is 100% opacity, grouped and the group opacity is 50%. PITA and seeems like a bug to me. Publisher V1, Windows 10
  8. Splendidly acerbic OB, you sure you're not English?
  9. What Catshill wrote for raster images, for vectors you could try eps. A quick test using an ancient Word 2010 doesn't show the red stroke for emf, wmf works but both of these formats import into Word as ginormous images, they were resized to fit on the screen together, eps matches the size set in Affinity rather well, ie a 50 x 50mm star imports as 50.01 x 50.01mm
  10. Bonus, to get the profile in the image do exiftool -profiledescription P9190305.tif Mine showed Profile Description : Euroscale Uncoated v2
  11. In V1 it's in Preferences/General, must be something similar in V2
  12. This is very difficult for me, I struggle with 3 channels RGB/RVB, so CMYK/CMJN is anathema to me, however, I have just produced a tif file with EuroscaleCoated.icc embedded then I extracted it with this command exiftool -icc_profile -b -w icc P9190305.tif the extracted profile is identical to the one in C:\Windows\System32\spool\drivers\color - copy attached. Have fun! EuroscaleCoated.zip
  13. Windows10, icc profiles are in C:\Windows\System32\spool\drivers\color and C:\Program Files\Affinity\Photo\Resources\icc Looking at EuroscaleCoated.icc with a hex editor you'll see it's V2, nothing is easy
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