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  1. Hi Guys/Gals I was wondering if it's possible to add bleed to an already created document I made before the update. This would be a huge plus if it is, I have tried adding bleed but my (before there was artboards) canvas doesn't show like it does anything. Do I have to create a new art board for every element I have with bleed. That would be a huge downer since I created a template that stays the same but each layer is new data/artwork that sits on top of the created template. I would hope I don't have to recreate all the work I did to just add bleed. Please let me know and thank you in advance.
  2. I can send you the file. The one thing I realized is that it has an embedded PDF. Maybe that will help in the search for the cause. Also it was from the Mac App Store
  3. I have now created 2 documents and saved them to my desktop. Each time I close out Affinity and come back to open the document at a later time it crashes. This has never happened before and it just started. It's a bit frustrating since I have put in some serious work time into these documents. Please let me know if there is any way I can get these files back in working order.
  4. I just bought AD and am loving it!!!! Great job guys. I am really excited for your next two programs. I am a graphic designer that is getting into photography and love designing layouts. I could not imagine a more perfect setup of software that I would use on a daily basis. How do we sign up for the beta? is there a special invitation that wee need to receive, or can anyone sign up? Thanks and keep up the great work.
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