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Eusebius

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  1. The app has to use iOS 13’s custom font API. Looks like Affinity’s apps haven’t been updated for that yet.
  2. Walt, I created the new document and allowed Publisher to create the Master Page A spread. Afterwards, I drew a text frame on each page of the Master Page A spread. I then pasted the text as mentioned above.
  3. Hello, I'm experiencing unexpected behavior with Publisher's autoflow feature. After I create a new document and add 3 pages, I paste a large amount of text in the first page. I then Shift + click the text flow arrow on the bottom right of the text frame that contains the text. Autoflow indeed works, but it ignores the left page in the spread. I didn't play around with the master pages or text linking. All of this is from a vanilla new document.
  4. Yes, I agree with all those who are requesting implementation of footnotes/endnotes. I'm sure it will require some programming effort to do it right, but it is an absolutely essential feature for serious desktop publishing, which includes books, magazine articles, and academic publications.
  5. Hello, In a quest to optimize Affinity Photo's speed on my relatively new 2017 MacBook Pro (2.9 GHz Core i7 w/ 16 GB RAM and AMD Radeon Pro 560), I enabled the "Metal Compute Acceleration" under Preferences > Performance. Since this Mac also has an integrated Intel 630 graphics card that seems compatible with the option, I thought it would help. To my surprise, it completely slowed down Affinity Photo and made something as simply as dragging a plain rectangle on a 1920 x 1080 canvas blocky, choppy, and unusable. Shouldn't this option do the opposite?
  6. Hello, I've been happily using Affinity Photo here and there over the past few months to enhance a few JPEGs that were uploaded from my camera to Apple Photos. Now, I am interesting in getting more serious about photography and am struggling with designing the best workflow. I have 17,000+ photos in Apple Photos, which my family uses for photo sharing. I also have a new Panasonic Lumix G7 that is shooting in RAW. My current method of transferring photos involves importing the RAW images from my memory card directly into Apple Photos. From there, I can use the Affinity Photo Develop extension to do some of the processing, but the feature set is not complete. I'd rather use the full app rather than the extension to benefit from all the features. What is the best way to interoperate between Apple Photos and Affinity Photo? Is it to export the original out of Apple Photos and then back in after editing? Or is it better to open photos via the standard Mac OS X Open dialog box where there is a section for Apple Photos? The only issue here is that I am not sure if Affinity Photos saves changes back to Apple Photos, and if so, in which format. Or, do I need a middleman, like Adobe Lightroom or something similar to keep all of my RAW photos and then export the finished projects into Apple Photos as JPEGs? Any practical advice would be appreciated.
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