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  1. I have the shortcuts on my taskbar and hate it when a program adds desktop shortcuts without asking first.
  2. Re-adding this as it's still not implemented and seems the most logical approach. I imagine the majority of users wouldn't want to nudge by pixels when their document is set to millimetres, or nudge by mm when their document is in inches. At the moment the nudge distance is absolute/fixed, why not give an option to make it relative to the document units. Existing: Suggested:
  3. The Document's DPI is not updating, instead the dimensions are modified proportionaly. 13GaJG36bJ.mp4
  4. Iv2CeZaUJS.mp4 Related:
  5. Text with line breaks does not have the transforms flattened when exported as SVG even though the setting is active. If the 'Export text as curves' option is checked it fixes it, but only if the text doesn't have line breaks. If the text is manually converted to curves before export it works. Export config: Notice the <g transform on line 4 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?> <!DOCTYPE svg PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD SVG 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/1.1/DTD/svg11.dtd"> <svg width="709px" height="709px" version="1.1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xml:space="preserve" xmlns:serif="http://www.serif.com/" style="fill-rule:evenodd;clip-rule:evenodd;stroke-linejoin:round;stroke-miterlimit:2;"> <g transform="matrix(6.12323e-17,1,-1,6.12323e-17,1453.53,-298.499)"> <text x="460.111px" y="1064.97px" style="font-family:'ArialMT', 'Arial', sans-serif;font-size:208.333px;">T<tspan x="564.278px 680.143px " y="1064.97px 1064.97px ">es</tspan>t</text> <text x="460.111px" y="1280.12px" style="font-family:'ArialMT', 'Arial', sans-serif;font-size:208.333px;">T<tspan x="564.278px 680.143px " y="1280.12px 1280.12px ">ex</tspan>t</text> </g> </svg> Fail.afdesign Fail as text.svg Fail as curves.svg Expected as curves.svg
  6. Unfortunately, it doesn't produce as good of a result when compared to PS and requires lots of messing around to get it close when dealing with complex cut-outs.
  7. This is the only thing for me that keeps me using my old version of Photoshop. It's so simple to use the magic wand tool on a an image with clear edges to create a good cut-out in PS, but in AD it creates a horrible jaggy edge. I see that you already support anti-alias for the freehand selection, so I'm surprised it hasn't also been added to the magic wand tool. Or is it because it's the freehand selection creates a vector selection (while drawing) and therefore easier to anti-alias the edges vs. antialiasing a pixelated selection? Actual: Expected:
  8. = and + share the same key (ignoring numeric keypad which may not be present on all devices) on common keyboard layouts, with = being the default and + only working if shift is also pressed. Ctrl + = seems logical to me because it functions without the shift modifier. Ctrl + + could imply that the shift must also be pressed.
  9. First use of AP in a while and it immediately breaks... Create a new document. Drag a Photo or Designer document into a newly created document from Windows Explorer/Desktop. AP hangs (still responding to Windows message system / no 'not responding' message). Window is not draggable. [Redacted] Example document below House template.afdesign xNV7wseEGS.mp4
  10. Thanks MEB. I had forgotten that. As you say, not the same or as powerful as Illustraor's isolation mode, but somewhat useful nevertheless.
  11. I would like a mode where you can open a group or other container and edit these in isolation where all mouse and keyboard events stay within the group. For example Ctrl + A selects everything in the isolated container and not the other parts of the document, clicking and dragging (for selecting multiple objects) outside of the container doesn't cancel the container edit mode etc. When in this mode the other objects in the artboard/document should become more translucent/faded to indicate they are not being edited. The following video shows entering the isolation mode by double clicking in Illustrator and this is what I would like: https://helpx.adobe.com/uk/illustrator/using/selecting-objects.html https://www.webucator.com/how-to/how-use-isolation-mode-adobe-illustrator.cfm
  12. I have a file with two overlapping shapes, one rotated +90 degrees and the other -90 degrees. If I perform an add operation there is a joining line. However, if I rotate both shapes -90 degrees releative to their previous position (clockwise in the software) so that they become 0 degrees and 180 degrees respectively, the add operation performs as expected. Add operation.afdesign
  13. @Bri-Toon, that's a good point and the colour option also seems like a good addition. This may also be of interest:
  14. Also would be useful in the following case to show the number of lines/segments to determine if the path is closed as they both appear the same:
  15. Thanks for the explanation @JET_Affinity I understand how Affinity handles it with the control points; it was just my intuition being way off and not thinking n nodes allows for a maximum of n lines/segments per path. As soon as one of these lines becomes a curve, it seems obvious to allow a closed path and I can see why disallowing closed paths for straight lines may be a hindrance to the user. Two more suggestions then: numerical manipulation of the control points and the number of lines / segments in addition to the number of nodes per path.
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