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    handshaper got a reaction from Bazz in Overflowing Text Frames   
    When exporting to PDF I get a dialog that pops up telling me that there are text frames that have overflowing text. I cannot locate these text frames so I'm wondering is there some way of viewing all text frames that have overflowing text?
    Would be nice if the dialog that alerts you to the problem offered to show you which frames were overflowing.
    I have to say I'm very impressed so far with Publisher it is awesome. I was able to take one of my brochure designs that I had done in InDesign and recreated it in Publisher and it was pretty painless and being a long time Designer and Photo user I felt totally at home. Great job!
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    handshaper got a reaction from cableguy in Overflowing Text Frames   
    When exporting to PDF I get a dialog that pops up telling me that there are text frames that have overflowing text. I cannot locate these text frames so I'm wondering is there some way of viewing all text frames that have overflowing text?
    Would be nice if the dialog that alerts you to the problem offered to show you which frames were overflowing.
    I have to say I'm very impressed so far with Publisher it is awesome. I was able to take one of my brochure designs that I had done in InDesign and recreated it in Publisher and it was pretty painless and being a long time Designer and Photo user I felt totally at home. Great job!
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    handshaper got a reaction from Przemysław in Overflowing Text Frames   
    When exporting to PDF I get a dialog that pops up telling me that there are text frames that have overflowing text. I cannot locate these text frames so I'm wondering is there some way of viewing all text frames that have overflowing text?
    Would be nice if the dialog that alerts you to the problem offered to show you which frames were overflowing.
    I have to say I'm very impressed so far with Publisher it is awesome. I was able to take one of my brochure designs that I had done in InDesign and recreated it in Publisher and it was pretty painless and being a long time Designer and Photo user I felt totally at home. Great job!
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    handshaper got a reaction from Clara Montseny in Overflowing Text Frames   
    Thanks, that really helped knowing that was the way to detect an overflow, helped me find the place that had the overflow. But it certainly was painful having to check every text frame.
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    handshaper got a reaction from Clara Montseny in Overflowing Text Frames   
    When exporting to PDF I get a dialog that pops up telling me that there are text frames that have overflowing text. I cannot locate these text frames so I'm wondering is there some way of viewing all text frames that have overflowing text?
    Would be nice if the dialog that alerts you to the problem offered to show you which frames were overflowing.
    I have to say I'm very impressed so far with Publisher it is awesome. I was able to take one of my brochure designs that I had done in InDesign and recreated it in Publisher and it was pretty painless and being a long time Designer and Photo user I felt totally at home. Great job!
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    handshaper got a reaction from Aammppaa in Guide Colors?   
    Is there some way of setting the colors for guides?
    I find that default color (blue) can be very hard to see and would like to set it to something brighter and more noticeable.
    The same holds true for margins and bleeds. It would be really nice if we could control these colors directly.
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    handshaper got a reaction from Jowday in Guide Colors?   
    Is there some way of setting the colors for guides?
    I find that default color (blue) can be very hard to see and would like to set it to something brighter and more noticeable.
    The same holds true for margins and bleeds. It would be really nice if we could control these colors directly.
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    handshaper got a reaction from Peter Green in Overflowing Text Frames   
    Thanks, that really helped knowing that was the way to detect an overflow, helped me find the place that had the overflow. But it certainly was painful having to check every text frame.
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    handshaper got a reaction from Peter Green in Overflowing Text Frames   
    When exporting to PDF I get a dialog that pops up telling me that there are text frames that have overflowing text. I cannot locate these text frames so I'm wondering is there some way of viewing all text frames that have overflowing text?
    Would be nice if the dialog that alerts you to the problem offered to show you which frames were overflowing.
    I have to say I'm very impressed so far with Publisher it is awesome. I was able to take one of my brochure designs that I had done in InDesign and recreated it in Publisher and it was pretty painless and being a long time Designer and Photo user I felt totally at home. Great job!
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    handshaper reacted to Ben in Sneak peeks for 1.7   
    Thought I'd give you a glimpse of some of the features that will be coming in 1.7.
     
    Please note - this thread is only for discussing the features detailed here.  Postings related to other feature requests should be posted on their own thread (else they will get deleted from this thread).
     
    We have spent considerable time overhauling the internals of some of our main tools.  It's been a labour of love, but it's going to open up greater possibilities for our core tool set.
     
    The core tools are:
    - Move tool
    - Pen tool
    - Node tool
    - Shape creation tools
    - Text tools
    - Fill and Transparency tools
    - Place Image tool
    - Vector Crop tool
     
    So, what improvements can be expected?
     
    - Advanced grid editing on spread (move the grid origin and edit it's axis with a handy new widget, with full snapping of course)
    - Guides can be created and moved in all the core tools, plus a toggle to turn guide editing off
    - Move the artboard ruler origin (with editing toggle)
    - Create objects and shapes into an arbitrary grid
    - Rotate and flip objects in grid planes (great for people working in isometric), plus an option to rotate shapes in plane using the Move tool
    - The Move tool will now allow you to cycle though selection boxes, including regular boxes and grid plane aligned boxes
    - Snapping performance improvements
     
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    handshaper got a reaction from Checkmate in When is Affinity Designer going to get ruler origin adjustments?   
    I'm trying desperately to abandon using Adobe apps for Affinity versions, but I cannot believe that an application as powerful as designer does not support adjustment of the ruler origin. This is the main thing holding me back from switching to it full time as I simply cannot work without this feature. It seems amazing to me that this has not been implemented as it is such a fundamental capability.
     
    Maybe it is there but hidden from view, I have tried to find a solution but none appears to me.
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    handshaper got a reaction from boehlif in When is Affinity Designer going to get ruler origin adjustments?   
    I'm trying desperately to abandon using Adobe apps for Affinity versions, but I cannot believe that an application as powerful as designer does not support adjustment of the ruler origin. This is the main thing holding me back from switching to it full time as I simply cannot work without this feature. It seems amazing to me that this has not been implemented as it is such a fundamental capability.
     
    Maybe it is there but hidden from view, I have tried to find a solution but none appears to me.
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