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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. Adobe LR is now on subscription. Affinity Photo is a good alternative for Photoshop, can we expect a Lightroom contender from Affinity?

  6. 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.
  7. 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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