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samasher

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About samasher

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    http://www.level-it.com

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    Eugene, Oregon, USA
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    Woodworking, Metalworking, Photography, Design, Art
  1. Now that I see my copy of Affinity Publisher was purchased direct from Affinity I would like to do the same with my copies of Affinity Photo and Affinity Design. Can I switch them or do I have to wait to do that when version 2.0 comes out? Thank you.
  2. I have exported from InDesign as InDesign Markup (IDML) with extension .idml. These files open directly in Scribus version 1.5.2. What I am losing, however, is the ability to make fractions with OpenType fonts since Scribus appears NOT to do this. This is something I need to do since I work with a lot of dimensions such as: 5/16", 15/32", 61/64", etc. Where I see that I AM able to do this is in Affinity Designer! It works wonderfully – one page at a time… I wonder if Affinity Publisher will be able to open these InDesign Markup (IDML) files directly (as the open source Scribus can do) since I assume Affinity Publisher will include Affinity Designer's ability to work with OpenType fonts to make fractions.
  3. Thanks. I had seen both of those answers before asking. Let me rephrase – how will I get my existing InDesign documents/files into Affinity Publisher?
  4. How wonderful! I shall be watching closely for it now. Thanks for replies.
  5. Does Affinity have plans to create an application for Desktop Publishing and which would also open InDesign and/or QuarkXpress files? Thank you.
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