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  1. I am attempting to automate the process of creating a daily agenda as much as I possibly can. The agenda will have two days per page. I know to create a global numbered list so that the days are numbered automatically, but I was wondering if it was possible to automate cycling through the days of the week (Sunday-Saturday or Monday-Sunday). Right now, I'm having to make three master pages with each day of the week listed out, but if I were able to create a global list that cycles through the days of the week, I'd only need one madter. Is this that all possible? Thank you!
  2. It's kind of blowing my mind that this isn;t already a functionality within Affinity since you can easily print documents as a booklet (and if I am just missing how to do this entirely, please fill me in), but I think the ability to export a document to PDF as a booklet is definitely a feature that should be added to Affinity Publisher ASAP. I attempted to just export as individual pages and then print as a booklet from Adobe, but the inner-margins are screwed up when I do it that way too (the pages are ordered correctly, but they spaced way too far apart). Sharing digital printables for planners online is fairly popular these days, but it's nearly impossible to export files from Affinity in a way that is easily downloadable/printable for others because it doesn't allow you to export in Booklet form. If Affinity would add this feature, it would be GREATLY appreciated, and heavily utilized, I'm sure. Haha
  3. Thank you for the clarification. The canvas is white when I print to PDF. It's just the colors on the page that present discolored. (But they do not come out discolored when I export the whole document to PDF, so I don't think it's a display issue.)
  4. Yes, white does come out white when I print to PDF, it's just the colors that are off. (I think this was what you were asking?) However, if you're asking if I added, like, a white background to the canvas, I did not.
  5. Hi everyone, I'm having some trouble with printing to PDF. I want to print my files to PDF because that's the only way (I know of) to create digital files in booklet form with crop marks. The problem is, when I print to PDF, the colors in my document turn out way brighter and harsh than the colors in my document. (The issue does not occure, however, when I export to PDF the traditional way -- but I don't know how to make it a book/add crop marks in that case). Here's a side-by-side of the color it's supposed to be and the color it prints to PDF as on the right. I'm really not sure what the issue is. If anyone has had this issue and fixed it, or has any clue what I'm doing wrong, I'd greatly appreciate your help. If it helps at all, here are my export to PDF color settings (that produces the correct result) next to my print to PDF settings (which produces the wrong color). Thanks so much in advance for any help you may be able to offer!
  6. Hey everyone, Thanks so much for all your help! After trying all these tricks with no success, I restarted my computer, and voila... the issue stopped. But I'm not sure what was causing the issue to begin with, sadly. Thanks anyway for all your help!
  7. If anyone could help with this issue, it would be AMAZING! I'm having an issue where I created a master layout and applied it to a page in my document. When I went to edit some dummy text (all lowercase) in the pages I applied the master to, the text I input will only be entered in all capital letters even though none of my character styling settings are set to uppercase (and caps lock is not on). In this case, I am creating a calendar using Playfair Display font. The original master just had the dummy text "month." I went in to change it to "september" (editing the page detached from the master), but it just automatically inputs as SEPTEMBER. Has anyone ever experienced this issue? Any fix you know of? Thanks so much to anyone who can help!
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