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Petar Petrenko

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  1. I wonder where Publisher put the words when spell checking is on and you click on "Learn"? Is it in the language specific dictionary or somewhere else and where it is located?
  2. Example from internet: The first row "Table 1..." is the caption and the rows starting with small letters (a, b, c, d) bellow the table are table (foot)notes.
  3. Captions and tablenotes are completelly different terms. Captions are used to describe the tables, photos, charts, drawings... and tablenotes have the same functionality of the footnotes, but they explain the text which is located in a cell of a table.
  4. Endnotes can be positioned at the end of a section, story or the publication. So they can be named sectionnotes, storynotes or just endnotes if they are at the end of the publication. They are (or, can be) used for bibliography. Footnotes are used to exolain some part of the text on the actual page. Tablenotes are used to explain some text placed within the cells of the table and they are positioned at tne bottom of the table. So, I don't see any reason why these 3 kinds of notes could not exist in same publication.
  5. No, in that case everything would be clear because the effect would appear on the selection only, not on whole artistic text.
  6. Of course. It is obvious. What I suggest is they will be more flexible if applied on selected text.
  7. The local character formating in the paragraph marked with red rectangle are not reseted if I change the font family or traits. It is a great time saver.
  8. Forgot to say, with different numbering, too. Maybe with some special characters like asterisks, daggers...
  9. Table footnotes too, but with footnote text located just bellow the table, not at the bottom of the page.
  10. and another one: to link text cells allowing text flow. Creating calendarium this way would be a breeze.
  11. AFAIK, Affinity is not going to add any new feature until version 2.0.
  12. Yes, but until you set new attributes to the object, the same again. I would like in InDesign -- after you assigned some fill to an object, the next one has default settings.
  13. Examples: When I apply a fill and outline to an object, the next one I draw has the same fill and outline (which I don't need); When I draw a text frame and apply a 3 columns to it, the next text frame has also 3 columns (which I don't need). Is there any way to stop this? NOTE: it doesn't have anything with "Set defaults".
  14. No, column guides and text flow arrow can't be seen whether you select the text frame or not.
  15. Hi, when I move the slider in the History panel to the end of left side and then back to the end of the right side, column guides and text flow arrow are no longer visible.
  16. So, they can't be seen without text flow arrows. OK then. That it is. Thanks.
  17. Yes, in the text frame. I create the text frame directly on the working page, not via master page. In this case I don't want to use master pages. I didn't assigned any color. Everything is default and I still can't see the column guides.
  18. 1. This is partially helpful because it shows frame text linking arrows which I don't need. What I need is column guides only. 2a. Show column guides was already checked but it didn't help. 2b. Guides Manager does not help either. There you can set page guides, not text frame ones.
  19. Hi, I created a text frame with 3 columns on a blank page and the column guides are visible only when the text frame is selected. I couldn't find anything in "View" manu and "Text Frame" panel to check/uncheck anything that will make them visible. Any sugestions?
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