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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. When trying to save a new file from an open file stored on google file stream (New desktop drive app) You get a "could not save file" error, it creates a zero byte file in place anyway, if you click on it, it just says "already open in another application. Saving modified files with the same name seems to work fine
  8. I'm utterly astounded, this is wonderful. How many objects is it?
  9. Hey Miguel, Sorry, I've already fixed the file. The artboards in question didn't have any content on them if that helps. Also were not alt-duplicated. What seemed to be happening was misalignment when they were hitting snaps. All of the boards were spaced 20px apart but we're rounding to 20.2px increments
  10. I'm working with a ton of artboards in Designer and when moving(Not duplicating) them, I can still make their positions not round to whole pixels. Move by whole pixel, force pixel alignment and snapping is enabled.
  11. 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.
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