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    h_d got a reaction from hawk in Arrowheads   
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    h_d got a reaction from ronnyb in Arrowheads   
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    h_d got a reaction from Krustysimplex in Arrowheads   
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    h_d got a reaction from Arun Sarkar in Arrowheads   
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    h_d got a reaction from Mithferion in Arrowheads   
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    h_d reacted to MEB in Build 107 develop persona - saturation control not working   
    I already found and bumped the report. Thanks >|<.
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    h_d reacted to Chris B in Tone Map Incorrectly Set Portrait Images as Landscape   
    Thank you @Nana and @h_d.
    I thought this issue was limited to iPhone/iPad images however it seems like any image with exif rotation is appearing incorrectly. Logged with the developers.
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    h_d got a reaction from Chris B in Apple Photos Extension   
    Both - and in the first case (Affinity open) it doesn't seem to matter which app (Apple Photos or Affinity Photo Beta) was launched first.
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    h_d got a reaction from Chris B in #103 Filter - Voronoi - Catbug   
    Many thanks @Chris B.
    I'm pretty sure it's down to hardware acceleration:
     

     
    With Metal compute enabled, I consistently get the 'half Voronoi' effect.
    With Metal compute unchecked, it works fine. This is on my somewhat ancient MacBook Air (Mid 2012) with Intel HD Graphics 4000 1536 MB.
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    h_d reacted to Chris B in #103 Filter - Voronoi - Catbug   
    I've tried using an i7 MacBook Pro 2017 and an i7 MacBook Air 2014 and still cannot reproduce this. I did see a similar issue on a late iMac 2013 but it was just a screen redraw issue that fixed itself after a zoom. 
    The files you guys have attached all export with this issue so it isn't a simple redraw. I've decided to log it even though I can't reproduce it in the hopes the developers can identify what's going on.

    Thanks for participation! 
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    h_d reacted to MEB in Procedural textures: interface revisited   
    Thank h_d.
    Issue logged to be looked at.
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    h_d got a reaction from Aammppaa in Procedural textures: interface revisited   
    In the Procedural Textures filter and also the corresponding live filter layer, if you add a Real Number Input (snap below) the popup over the double-arrow control always displays "Kerning":
     

     
    Same for Integer Numbers too.
     
    Cheers,
    H
     
     
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    h_d reacted to Chris B in [β103] Lag when editing Live Procedural Texture mask   
    It's very slow on my 2017 MacBook Pro without Metal and my Windows machine almost gave up the ghost at one point. I can pass this back to the developers to see if anything can be done.
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    h_d reacted to Chris B in Saturation control in Develop persona   
    I've just logged this for you. Thanks to you both  
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    h_d got a reaction from Chris B in Saturation control in Develop persona   
    I know this has been raised in the Windows Beta forum, but just to mention it also happens on Mac (OSX 10.14 Mojave):
    If Raw images are processed with the Raw Output Format set to RGB (32 bit HDR) in the Assistant, the Saturation control under Enhance has no effect.
    If the ROF is set to RGB (16 bit) in the Assistant, then the Saturation control works as expected.
    (I'm using Panasonic .RW2 files if it makes a difference.)
    Cheers,

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    h_d got a reaction from Patrick Connor in Couple of interface issues with Procedural Texture filter   
    1) Incorrect tooltip (Snapping options) for Presets button:
     
     
    2) "Turbulence" misspelled when selecting presets:

     
    Cheers!
     
     
     
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    h_d got a reaction from JET_Affinity in Document Units - Picas   
    To be perfectly honest I don't give a hoot if Affinity introduces the  pica as a measurement option, as long as it doesn't add to to the cost of the final product or slow down development. It won't stop me using mm, especially when sums like 10mm = 1cm are a lot simpler for my poor brain than what I'm reading on Wikipedia:
    To date, in printing three pica measures are used:
    The French pica of 12 Didot points (also called cicéro) generally is: 12 × 0.376 = 4.512 mm (0.1776 in). The American pica of 0.16604 inches (4.217 mm). It was established by the United States Type Founders' Association in 1886.[1][2] In TeX one pica is 12⁄72.27 of an inch. The contemporary computer PostScript pica is exactly 1⁄6 of an inch or 1⁄72 of a foot, i.e. 4.233 mm or 0.166 inches.  
     Life's too short...
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    h_d got a reaction from jmwellborn in Guides from Master Page Visibility   
    Hi @fde101
    On a document page, I see master page guides as dotted lines and 'local' page guides as solid lines:

     
    Have you definitely applied a master to your page? That has caught me out once or twice.
     
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    h_d got a reaction from wyenphoto in Rename Master Page?   
    Perhaps I am misunderstanding:
     >> >  > >
     

    There's clearly an upper limit to the length of master page names, and something buggy about the text input here. Can you post a screen shot?
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    h_d got a reaction from Fixx in Document Units - Picas   
    To be perfectly honest I don't give a hoot if Affinity introduces the  pica as a measurement option, as long as it doesn't add to to the cost of the final product or slow down development. It won't stop me using mm, especially when sums like 10mm = 1cm are a lot simpler for my poor brain than what I'm reading on Wikipedia:
    To date, in printing three pica measures are used:
    The French pica of 12 Didot points (also called cicéro) generally is: 12 × 0.376 = 4.512 mm (0.1776 in). The American pica of 0.16604 inches (4.217 mm). It was established by the United States Type Founders' Association in 1886.[1][2] In TeX one pica is 12⁄72.27 of an inch. The contemporary computer PostScript pica is exactly 1⁄6 of an inch or 1⁄72 of a foot, i.e. 4.233 mm or 0.166 inches.  
     Life's too short...
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    h_d reacted to kimtorch in REQ: Pica measuring system   
    I don't have a horse in this race but the company I work for has been printing/publishing for 98 years and stopped using picas around 25 years ago when we dropped hot metal. I'm not going to suggest AP shouldn't have 'traditional' publishing measures, just that I believe much of the printing/publishing world has moved on.
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    h_d reacted to TonyB in Columns   
    We also agree and page columns are on our roadmap for all the Affinity Apps. 
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    h_d reacted to MEB in Master Page changes   
    Hi h_d,
    Master page elements on individual pages/spreads are linked to the respective master pages. This seems to be achieved through symbols (as in Designer) which can be detached from the original objects (in the master pages), however this feature is still unfinished and it's not very intuitive at the moment. There should be more improvements/polishing here during the Beta. 
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    h_d reacted to Nightmayor in Save custom page setup   
    What I need is the facility in the new document page set-up dialogue to create custom sized page(s) and then save them so that I don't have re-enter values everytime I start a new issue of our magazines or catalogues. I am pleased with what I see so far and wish Serif/Affinity great success!

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    h_d reacted to walt.farrell in Tables inside text frames - mandatory   
    In my experience, voting by forum users doesn't really work well, although it certainly may make the forum users feel good about being heard.
    First, a technical issue: Some features must be implemented in a certain order, because they depend on each other (even if the users may not know that) or they impace (or are impacted by) other things being developed.
    Next, a practical one: Some forum users are very vocal, but others are very quiet. Some would vote, and some wouldn't. Some probably don't even visit the forums at all. And you might have 10 very vocal users with a particular workflow who desperately want function A, but 100 quiet ones who have a greater need for B.
    Finally, it's hard to be sure that the users participating in the beta are representative of all the users who might buy the product later.
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