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R C-R

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  1. What specifically is your point? Are you saying you disagree with their reasons for this or something else? If so, what in particular do you think they should do differently?
  2. Look again. They are now planning on releasing an MSI installer but as they have explained the technical issues are far from trivial to solve so there is no definite ETA for this, although they are hoping to have it done before Christmas.
  3. Not a flaw. Like several other features that are supported in all the apps but cannot be created in all o them, this was a design & marketing decision. There are probably dozens of topics about this by now, so maybe try a search for some of them?
  4. Please search the forum on "MSIX" or "MSI" for lots of info about this.
  5. In V1 or V2 of all the Affinity apps on my Mac the order is X, Y, W, H, R, S. I do not know if it is different for the Windows versions.
  6. Don't save to a cloud server. Save to a local drive & then copy that to the cloud server if desired.
  7. OK, I give up. How specifically can you 'split' an existing macro? Like I mentioned earlier, I can disable a step & save a new version of it, but that is not the same thing as removing any of its steps, & even if it did, would not I have to duplicate the larger macro & remove steps from both?
  8. I think what we want to know is if it was saved on the internal startup drive, to a cloud server or what.
  9. It's the same limited degree as in V1: there is no way to insert a new step anywhere except at the end, & no way to remove (only disable) a step already recorded.
  10. Many of us want to keep both versions available for various reasons. Those reasons have been explained in a few other topics.
  11. It's in Apple's database but as has been mentioned dozens of times over the years not just in these forums but all over the web, Apple does not share that database with companies selling their apps through the MAS for security & privacy reasons.
  12. No, they did not double the price. V1 pricing went up months ago because it is keyed to Apple's pricing matrix, so when that changed V1 prices were adjusted accordingly. This has been explained in several different topics, beginning over a year ago.
  13. Yes, I also think that is what he is saying. However, like I said, I do not think it likely that running the MSI installer would have any effect on any settings already set after the app was installed using the MSIX installer.
  14. If you buy it while it is still on sale, you won't be paying full price.
  15. It seems likely that if one of the installers migrates any V1 settings to V2 that subsequently using the other installer would affect any of those settings.
  16. There is no guarantee that will change the behavior of any of the migration capabilities from V1 to V2, particularly if they are incompatible because of changes in the UI or internals of V2 vs. V1.
  17. Select it with the Move Tool, then either use the Transform panel or drag on the bounding box handles to set its dimensions & position.
  18. After pasting the hex value did you try hitting the Tab or Return key to set it to that color?
  19. 1. Merge Visible automatically creates a new layer. You do not need to do that manually, if that is what you are asking.This is the same in V2 as in V1. 2. The Clone Brush works the same as in V1. Just make sure you have set a source point first using an alt/option click & are using an appropriate brush.
  20. Not that it will be of any help to you but I could open your document without an issues in APub V2 on my Mac.
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