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  1. Thanks for your feedback Alexandre, Good evening, Best regards, Regis
  2. MEB was the fastest!
  3. Hello toltec, Simple and effective indeed, thank you!
  4. Thanks for your feedback Alexandre, Affinity Designer is still young and will improve over time! Best regards, RĂ©gis
  5. Hello Alexandre, After making "Divide", deselect all and then select the parts to be deleted and delete them. cordially
  6. If you use "Divide" instead of "Subtract", you can then delete the slice and the "legs".
  7. To continue in the same direction as @ Alfred, if you want to keep the lines parallel with (or without) filling but without closing at the ends, you can draw a line and duplicate it (on itself). Put a color (if desired) on the bottom line. Select the top stroke, "Expand Stroke", do not fill it and set a stroke color, adjust the thickness of the stroke. If you want to keep the original thickness of the stroke, "Align Stroke to Outside". Keep the top line selected, take "Node Tool", select one of the nodes at one end of the line and "Break Curve". Repeat for all other end nodes. You can then delete the terminal parts of the line and you will have just two parallel lines lef
  8. Hi Frogy Diak, Once the rectangle drawn, "Layer", "Convert to Curves". Then take "Node Tool" and select one of the nodes of the top line, "Break Curve" and repeat this for the second node. You can then move or clear the top line of the rectangle.
  9. Hi DekelandHyde, For me also the colors are the same and just as vivid.
  10. For shapes with straight lines, such as rectangles, you can draw the three rectangles, convert the upper rectangle to curves ("Layer", "Convert to Curves"), then, with the "Node tool", add a node on each side of the red part (in my screenshot). Then select one of the nodes you just created and click on the "Break Curve" button (in the context bar, first button to the right of "Action"). Repeat for the second node that you created. You can then delete the part between these two nodes.
  11. In any case, the result is a great success!
  12. @gdenby, then I say bravo, superb workaround very sought after and very clever! Thank you for sharing!
  13. Since the automatic solution seems to be non-existent, there may still be a combination of "Cmd + J" (with size change) and manual spacing since the distance between the top sides of the rectangles remains similar. In my example the change in size is not really optimal!
  14. Draw the first rectangle, "Ctrl + J", move it slightly down, type in the H (Height) window of the "Transform" tab 1.2 (for example). Then do "Ctrl + J" as many times as necessary.
  15. @A_B_C, after reading your message, I did some tests with the Cambria Regular font: On 32-bit W7: works normally with Illustrator 9, Microsoft Expression Design 4, DrawPlus, SoftMaker Office, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher, Libroffice. On W10 64bit: works normally with Microsoft Expression Design 4, DrawPlus X8, SoftMaker Office, Inkscape, Libroffice. For me, the problem exists only with Affinity Designer, versions 1.5.3.69 and 1.6.0.81 (Beta).