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  1. After finnishing a book in Publisher it would be nice to have a feature where I can publish the book as a flip book on my web page. Compare how you can brows a book at Blurb an similar print on demand book sites. Now I can make the book as a pdf, but that will not be as elegant to look at as a flip book. Regards Hans
  2. As there is no special group for Publisher requests I write here and hope to be read. After finnishing a book in Publisher it would be nice to have a feature where I can publish the book as a flip book on my web page. Compare how you can brows a book at Blurb an similar print on demand book sites. Now I can make the book as a pdf, but that will not be as elegant to look at as a flip book. Regards Hans
  3. Like pzdan writes, a software replacing Adobe Ligthroom is high on the list. Now we have Photo and Publisher. With a LR replacement we could say "good bye" to Adobe for good. I'm currently using LR 6.14, the last release outside Adobe Cash Cow. I would NEVER think of acccepting the prescription alternative, instead I will evaluate Alien Skin Exposure X4 when it arrives, but I would preffer an alternative within tha Affinity family.
  4. Don't know what we can expect here. I would love to wait for a DAM from Affinity to match Affinty Photo, but now Macphun has launched Luminar 2018 that will have a DAM later on in 2018 for free if you have bought the Luminar 2018. Is that the way to go, or is the right way to wait for Affinity?
  5. I agree that Adobe are happy. I guess the installed base of Mac computers are in a ration of 1/10 to the installed base of Windows computers. But besides that, I will NEVER sign up for Adobe Cash Cow. Once in the trap it's a life long subscription for my own work as I can't get full access to my own work without the programmes. And Adobe will soon update the LR database to make it impossible to roll back to a purchased SW version. They are cleverly protecting ther monopolistsic position at Adobe.
  6. Considdering the installed base of windows computers and windows users it's hard to understand the neglection. I would be a customer at once, if there was a windows alternative. Till then PS CS6 or Wimp will be my options.
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