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  1. What is that you're doing at the end to the right-end node? Why isn't just the single node moving away but the entire segment? Anyway, I've found that I have to deselect the entire circle and can then select each half again. It isn't visible that the line has been broken before the selection is redone.
  2. How does that work? I can open the curve at two points but that doesn't change anything. They're still connected and I cannot remove that half part.
  3. When exporting a document to a PDF that is currently opened in Acrobat Reader, Affinity fails and tells me the permission was denied. It would be more helpful if it asked me to retry. Then I could close the document and the file could be written. Instead I have to start the export again and wait the whole time that it takes. Also, a more appropriate message would be that the file is currently in use in another application. (Applies to Windows)
  4. Publisher 1.7.1 on Windows 10 Create a document and set the colour profile to some CMYK profile (e.g. ISO Coated v2 300% (ECI)) Add some text and set its fill colour to black CMYK 0/0/0/100 Change the colour profile of the document to another CMYK profile (e.g. PSO Uncoated v3 (FOGRA52)) Now the black has changed to some mix Undo the changes to the document settings Expected: The black is now 0/0/0/100 again Actual: The black is still a mix (haven't compared the exact values, anything is wrong) This isn't what I'd expect from an undo operation. Also, this isn't exactly what I'd expect from a colour profile conversion. I have a lot of work now to prepare a document for printing that should be converted to another profile, or they do it themselves (which may result in mix black again which is probably bad for text).
  5. Just an idea: Wouldn't it be great to have subpixel (RGB) anti-aliasing (instead of the current greyscale anti-aliasing) for text display? Like for example any text in most Windows applications (Microsoft Word (seems no more), all desktop) or in Adobe Acrobat Reader for PDF documents. That would make the text better readable for smaller sizes. Now the font outlines look a bit rough. Maybe it could be extended to all other shapes as well to make them look sharper on conventional monitors.
  6. Keller [1].afdesign These bugs appear in different places, just zoom around and see.
  7. It also happens in other parts of the document. Seems also to depend on where the pixels are on the screen. When zooming in and out with Ctrl+Mousewheel while keeping the mouse pointer in the same place, it is more or less reproducible. But when moving the mouse pointer somewhere else between zooming in and out then the behaviour is different. Is there a problem using the GPU appropriately? These devices tend to be very unprecise. Which is okay for high-speed gaming (what they were made for) but unacceptable for this kind of work.
  8. Hi, Today I've got yet another rendering error while zooming for you. See the shared video here: https://ygoe.de/s/TbQHNwJRjJ871pGd There's a path in the document and I've just changed its thickness from what would have matched the part left of it to something a bit thicker. Now I needed to align this thing on the inner edge. But I needed a zoom level where I could see enough detail AND also see the middle resize handle. In this very zoom level, the path isn't rendered fully so I could not complete the task. Please help. AD 1.7.1 on Windows 10.1709 x64
  9. Windows 10.1709 and .1803. Happens on two computers. The second didn't have Publisher (beta) installed before.
  10. Works for me now with v1.7.1. Might have been a wrong bit in the GPU memory somewhere.
  11. Thanks for the hint on the export. This whole concept is new to me and I've only learned the word "spread" today, didn't know its translation yet. So now this is basically one more of these options I have to change for an export each time. I hope I won't forget. I always forget some export setting the first time.
  12. Yes, thank you all for your feedback. This topic is already in the Suggestions forum. Maybe it might be possible one day.
  13. That's an interesting topic for facing pages (which I don't have) but not related to my actual display question.
  14. I don't have this problem right now but I'm pretty sure I will when I do this kind of work. So how can I export a document set to "facing pages" as separate pages into a PDF? I've just tried and the export contains spreads, not pages. I couldn't find any related option in the document settings or the export dialog. Can Publisher do this at all? Also, is my understanding correct that I would set up a document with facing pages to have bleed only on the outer edges but not the inner edge? At least this feels right when editing and there's really no place for inner bleed when printing a magazine. The inside edge will continue on any other page of the magazine and anything that's meant to be cut away will appear somewhere. Only the center pages will be printed on the same sheet of paper.
  15. The problem is, it is not a double page, it's front and back. The double page is displayed immediately touching each other in the middle. Bleed area is then handled incorrectly. I meant to display the pages with a gap in between.