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  1. I scanned some negatives using an Epson perfection v700. The negatives are black and white 120mm images. When I try to open the tiff file created by the Epson scan software, Affinity Photo V1.7.3 immediately crashes. The log file shows that Thread 2 crashed. Attached is the log file and the tiff image file that caused the app to crash, as well as a screen capture of the info on the tiff file. I've repeated this crash with multiple tiff files. AfPhoto_Crash_log_2019-10-24.txt v700 test 3.tiff
  2. I'm working with some tables in AFPub. I set up a custom size document: 5.5" x 6.75", margins .01 on all sides, and I drew a table across the page. This page is set up in Landscape mode. I merged some cells and then set the horizontal and vertical sizes and alignment. At that point, the app crashes. AFPub Crash Log.txt
  3. This is also one of the pinned items at the beginning of the forum: Footnotes and Endnotes pinned discussion
  4. I really like the new APhoto splash screen image. The ADesigner one is ok. But I'm really worried about that one for APublisher, it looks like the poor thing is being impaled on a bed of lightsabers.
  5. What is the output from those programs? (I'm not familiar with them). If they produce a jpg, you can insert the jpg and set the flow of the text around the image to be inline. Image flow control is on the button panel at the top of the UI . Look for the Show Text Wrap Settings button.
  6. I've been reading and commenting on this forum for a while now and I haven't really seen too many negative responses. I can't say I've read every topic, but for the ones I've participated in, the responses have been supportive and sometimes very funny. The responses from the Serif staff may be short in some cases, but I think that's due to the very large volume of comments posted for this beta. The advanced members and the moderators who reply are always thoughtful and well written. Even the "this feature is vital to my workflow and it's inexcusable that it's not already in the application..." type comments are met with calm, well-reasoned responses. I think @walt.farrell deserves the House Cup for all of the great responses he makes. His current count of postings is 5,037. Walt--do you eat or sleep?
  7. Thanks for that catch, I meant to mention that it would only work with the production versions of the three apps and missed doing that.
  8. I did my wife's doctoral poster with Publisher, but I also did it in Scribus as a backup in case something went wrong with Publisher. I didn't want to get to the date when she had to turn it in and tell her, uh, can't do it. Everything worked very well. But I would never trust the app until you get the final production copy.
  9. I believe that the plan is you would switch to the Photo persona (one of the icons in the upper left corner of the UI) to open the tools to manipulate the image. For that to work, you need to have the 1.7 versions of Photo installed. If you also have Designer, you can use the Designer persona to use its tools within Publisher.
  10. I look at this from a workflow perspective. In my workflow, the DAM tool is at the heart of managing the images from a photo shoot. My workflow: Ingest images from cards apply keywords to images as they are being ingested Conduct first-level sorting, review, and selection of images Apply raw processing changes (for example, synchronizing white balance, noise reduction, sharpening, etc.) Begin adjusting the reduced set of images to get to a final state. This includes sending the images to other applications, like Affinity Photo, Nik Collection, etc and then having them return to the DAM tool. Making final selections and exporting images for the client to review. Having another Affinity tool to manage this workflow would be outstanding.
  11. Ah, Books are composed of chapters! What a novel concept. (sorry, couldn't resist the pun) You just need to use the Section Manager (Document > Section Manager). The first section is on your initial page 1. Add a new Section for your initial page 2. Now do the auto-connect thingy on page 1 and the new pages are created ahead of the initial page 2.
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