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  1. Solved. Setting dpi to 144 on a web asset was the issue. Needs to stay at 72. Ryan.
  2. Hello, Why are assets exporting at 50% of their original size ? I have a file with 176 x 1228 artboard and it's exporting at 88 x 614. Is there a setting that's off somewhere? Ryan.
  3. Awesome discovery. That seems to solve my issues. Thanks for the guidance! Ryan.
  4. I agree, the pages and master pages are great in publisher but if you try and 'edit in designer' to export assets then there is no way to get back to publisher. I also see where designer does not open the multiple pages that were created from the publisher file. If designer had master artboards and/or pages then that would be great. I'll run my suggestion by them. Thanks, Ryan.
  5. What if i need to go back and make a change to the 'master' Artboard such as add an element or text? I don't think those changes will replicate across all boards unless its just a style change.
  6. Hi, What is everyone doing for the best way of creating a master page (header, footer, etc...) in designer that can be used on all art boards and can be updated so that any changes are seen across all art boards? I'm referring more to additional elements being added versus the styling. For example: text content changes to the footer showing across all boards. Thanks, Ryan.
  7. I noticed switching to designer mode is missing the slicing/export aspect while in publisher. There are times where I'd like to slice an element or something in the document I created. I had hoped I would be able to use publisher as an all-in-one tool vs actually bouncing around the applications but it looks like that's not possible yet. Ryan.
  8. Thanks for the quick reply, I actually did know about ACDSee but as of now it doesn't really fit my DAM purpose. I'm trying to understand what has to happen for vendors to make the thumbnails compatible. Do we know if its some type of data exchange that has to happen between the parties? I can also confirm XnViewMP does a great job in Windows Explorer for displaying the thumbnails. I've used it for a couple of years that way. Ryan.
  9. I posted this same question very early on in another thread and Serif said they were not planning it. Ryan.
  10. Does this workflow seem efficient for you? I've been thinking about doing this but didn't want to hit any issues once I got started. Ryan.
  11. Hi, What do third-party providers need from Affinity in order to be able to display .afdesign, afphoto and afpublisher thumbnails in their software. I have been having trouble finding a DAM provider and other software that displays the thumbnails correctly. Thanks, Ryan.
  12. Hi, Is Studio Link coming to the other apps soon (e.g. designer to photo or publisher) ? I know you can switch within the menu but that feature in publisher looks and works too well to not be in the other apps. Ryan.
  13. oooh, can't do that. Where can i send it? It appears to be a 475mb file. Which seems large but maybe possible based on the photos. Ryan
  14. Hi, I've been working with a series of files for a month or so now and suddenly today when I tried to open the file i get the "The file appears to be corrupted" error message. This can't happen. Is there anyway to restore this file to get it to work? I did do the upgrade last week I believe but it didn't affect any other files that I can tell. Thanks, Ryan.
  15. I was able to find a codec add-in that so far seems to work perfectly for displaying a lot of thumbnail types in a windows machine and affinity designer and affinity photo files are both working. I'm in the trial mode and so far so good. https://www.fastpictureviewer.com/codecs/ Thanks, Ryan.

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