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  1. @AdamW, Wow! Fabulous! I hope it didn't drain away any resources from the 1.8 launch! thanks! Marcus
  2. @carl123, Cool, thanks for that feedback. I'll recreate it in 1.8 and be on my way. Peace, Marcus
  3. Hello, I'm able to open most, if not all, of my documents created prior to 1.8, but there is 1 file that causes a crash when I try to open it. I've attached it to this post. Macbook mid-2012, OS 10.15, Affinity Publisher 1.73/1.8 Handwriting_r1.afpub
  4. I'm getting a crash when trying to go into Print (cmd-p). Created new doc from scratch to replicate. No embedded documents. 3 linked. AP 1.7.2 OS 10.14.6 / MBP mid-2012 test.afpub
  5. I'm going to withdraw this. I contacted the developer of GraphicConverter and they have modified their tif import code such the this is no issue.
  6. No, I don't need the Dock all the time, but it took me quite a bit of time to figure out what to do. It was pretty frustrating to be partway through a file and then have to Force Quit to get out of the dead end. Obviously, now that I know of this workaround, that's no longer an issue, but should it be an issue at all?
  7. With a 13" MBP mid-2012 and the Apple Dock anchored to the bottom of the screen, there is a window combination where you would be required to Force Quit or go to Preferences and change where the Dock attaches. Example:
  8. I'm not a pre-press/designer person so this may be normal but when I create a Picture Frame and then place an image it is often scaled differently than the original. This happens even if I go into the Properties panel and select the "None" option for scaling prior to placing the image. Often, after placing the image and then replacing the image, the scaling really gets weird. I've done this with a png file and an AD 1.7.0 file and it happens with both. Apologies in advance if I just don't know what I'm doing! Reproduced in 399. 1. Open new file 2. In the default Master... 3. Draw Picture Frame (70mm wide x 180mm, slightly smaller than the image to be placed) 4. Click on the "Properties" button. 5. Specify, No Scaling 6. Click on "Place Image Tool" Image will be "scaled." Certainly not original size. Check "Resources" panel. Placed DPI will be different than the original file. 13" MBP mid-2012, Mojave 10.14.5 marcus scaling.afpub
  9. Hi, I just used AP 1.7.0 to edit some black and white scans and noticed that they aren't rendered properly in GraphicConverter10.7 or 11.0 and are not recognized by LibreOffice Draw. Has anyone else noticed that their 16 bit grayscale .tifs are wonky? The 8 bit grayscale seem to be fine, BTW. MBP mid-2012, Mojave 10.14.5, AP 1.7.0
  10. Hi David, I make self-published books, also. I use imposeonline.com which is free and very basic, but it works. I wish imposition in Publisher were more robust, too. good luck Marcus
  11. Archive.zip 2017 033 - 18.tif only opens in "Develop persona, whereas 2017 033 - 19.tif opens as expected.
  12. Ian, just about 3 days ago I was at this point, too. The thing is, Affinity wants you to use their customer "beta" NOT the released app. The stability betas usually solve most issues. Give it a try.
  13. Hi, I'm trying to understand why Photo opens my black and white scans as RAW color files. Has anyone else experienced this? I'm using scans from Epson Scan 3.9.4 at grayscale/16bit and saving them as .tif files with an embedded Epson 1.8 Gamma grayscale profile. Tried opening them with both Photo Beta 1.5.2 beta 5 and official release Photo 1.5.1 thanks, Marcus MacBook Pro mid-2012 Sierra 10.12.3
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