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    Figure/Gesture Drawing, Character Design, Photography, Front-End Development, Swimming, Tennis
  1. AD will be one heck of an app should they implement this CSS feature. I really hope they are llistening to this and planning for implementation sometime in the near future.
  2. Second this! Hi Affinity team, please implement a 2-finger-tap for a single undo, a 2-finger-tap-and-hold for multiple undos, a 3-finger-tap for a single redo, a 3-finger-tap-and-hold for multiple redos. Procreate leads in this field and I am guessing it is a very good approach to emulate. Secondly, I do not know if it is just me, but I feel that the leaked UI from last year looks so much better to the one in the currently released app. The tools look they are meant for touch-based input whereas the finished product mimics the desktop version more closely. I am not sure if that is a good thing. Check the pic on last year UI below:
  3. This is such a disrespect for not only the cross-platform paradigm, but a direct-manipulation approach as well, which could genuinely offer quicker and more efficient workflow. One could be just as arrogant if they were to insist on iOS/macOS-exclusive Affinity apps so as to better distribute and tap on resources.
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    Mobile version

    It is almost mid-March 2017, there is still no sight of the iPad versions ...
  5. Try as anyone might, it will all be in vain. I know everybody likes free stuff, me included, but I think it is good to help out a company who is helping creatives by purchasing the physical copy. I have a genuine concern though, when new software updates are released, is Serif releasing a workbook version 2, hence "forcing" users to buy the updated copy (old and new contents) altogether? Or can we have a version 2 with only new contents, guides and projects, to justify another purchase?
  6. Just thought of bringing this topic up again. I was trying Autodesk Sketchbook Pro's perspective tool. I think it is an interesting implementation. Not perfect, but great. Affinity team, could you take a page from this and provide us a perspective tool in Designer soon? Their french curves are good to have too.
  7. There should be parameters to play with concerning the two features, and Serif may implement differently but it is always good to note new technologies that others come up with, to say the least. They inspire.
  8. First of all, MikeW, we are not just talking about one or two use cases, concerning ColorChameleon (CC). Fortunately, you were quick to point out, there could be other instances where CC would come in handy. Secondly, I knew QuickLayout (QL) was demoed using AI. But I'm making a case for Publisher. I don't even need to open an app to find out if a QL feature were useful. And obviously, all those drawbacks/constraints you mentioned, will need to be addressed if Serif were to come up with a highly effective/successful tool in this department. This is for their consideration. Again, we should not just be limiting to one or two use cases here.
  9. Since all of DAM users will be searching their assets at any given time, this definitely gets two thumbs-up! Please turn this into reality, Serif.
  10. I would assume both and features, introduced at #AdobeMAX, would be essential in software like Publisher. Please make a Publisher-equivalent for each a reality in its original release.
  11. Does the Affinity DAM need to be a native RAW developer too, like Lightroom is? I rather have the DAM just be a really good DAM, i.e. it just manages / catalogues digital assets better than anyone else, including Adobe Bridge - which the Affinity DAM should resemble more closely in terms of functionality, in the market. With that said, this DAM can, however, harness Photo's RAW and image editing capabilities (or even leverage on Designer's / Publisher's strengths) to edit assets from within the DAM itself (roundtripping may not be required) for seamless workflow. In other words, users will need to have licenses to both DAM and any of the other software in the Affinity range, in order to have cataloguing and other creative tools at their disposal.
  12. Rather have the Affinity for iPad out first, agree with the team. May I ask though, why will Photo be released first, then Designer? If so, how soon, after Photo, will Designer be released?
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