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AshTeriyaki

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  1. It's dawned on me I haven't checked this thread in several years. 9,000 downloads? Blimey.
  2. Making it work in a panel can be solved though, I'd like to see them take a crack at it. I do agree that the selected image details should show in a studio as well.
  3. It's something you review frequently enough that it shouldn't be buried in a menu bar, I'd also say the same for the section manager.
  4. I'm actually behind this, Designer now has a load of UX specific features but the unfocused UI makes it less usable than sketch for this kind of work. I'd love to see a stripped down UI for Designer specifically for UX work,
  5. I don’t think so. They’ve mentioned adding a JS API sometime in the future, but I don’t think they’ve committed to a date
  6. I don’t think so. They’ve mentioned adding a JS API sometime in the future, but I don’t think they’ve committed to a date
  7. I'm utterly astounded, this is wonderful. How many objects is it?
  8. They are working on adding scripting. As far as I can remember they’re going with JS(boo)
  9. Pixave is a decent image manager, plus it reads Affinity files. FWIW, I don’t think Affinity should release their own DAM. It’s a saturated market and besides a handful of companies, this software often seems to be produced by one man outfits. I’m not sure there’s enough money in it. It’d be smarter to outreach to other developers and ask them to add the Affinity format. Something that can be done with a few phonecalls and a PowerPoint deck.
  10. Nope, not in the slightest, both apps serve different markets. Theres significant crossover, but theres myriad use cases for these being separate applications. Just because it doesn't suit your work, that doesn't mean it applies to thousands of other users. There is a common code base to these apps(Including Publisher), so they can share bug fixes. That isn't a weakness, it's a huge strength and a hallmark of thoughtful engineering. With average hard disks being around the 500gb-1tb range, a completely presumed saving of 200mb is negligible.
  11. I've been trying not to jump on the criticism ship, as a lot of older users have started to I think. But I am admittedly beginning to become a teeny bit frustrated with the prioritisation and release cadence. You guys achieve some immense things, in the last year or so you've release both products on windows and photo on iOS, impressive stuff. Designer 1.6 is shaping up nicely, but I'd love to see a bit of time spent on refinements rather than new tools. Improving little UI quirks and inconsistencies and adding loads of those little edge case and minor features that would just improve quality of life. Pixelmator pro does look quite awesome, it's the first I've heard of it too.
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