nezumi

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  1. Thank you! I am getting different crash but I cant pin-point what causes it to replicate it 100%. It just randomly crashes. But at least we have this one down
  2. Pen tool was ALWAYS crashing on me. Always when working on something longer it will crash at some point. Very annoying. I was trying to find a way to replicate the crash and finally I did. Although I am sure that this is not the only iteration when pen tool is crashing AP, here how you can replicate it: Make new document, choose pen tool, place few random nodes and then catch the last node with CTRL, keep pushing control and WHILE MOVING that node hit space and keep it pushed while still moving mouse. It may take couple tries but you will crush Photo. Basically ctrl+space and moving mouse. I really hope pen tool will get fixed one day... Its one of the most used tools when it comes to my work... I am talking about latest stable version on Windows 7.
  3. Select similar objects by fill color alone would make my work so much easier - I cant agree more with this.
  4. Manipulating selected group of nodes - one of the things I was missing the most! Very cool! Bit sad I haven't seen knife tool yet, but I know its on the list. I am happy for whatever you guys are cooking there Is there similar thread for Photo? Good luck with improvements! And Thank You!
  5. In the download page theres already 1.6.2 but cant find any info about it? May I ask... Whats up with that?
  6. I just want to confirm that I am one of those who would find that delighting option EXTREMELY useful. Sure, main use would be delighting textures but it would surely bring new possibilities to lighting in Affinity Photo itself.
  7. This is unnecessary now - maybe was in the past. All you have to do now is just export as PDF and make sure you're exporting "whole document". It will create page in pdf for each artboard.
  8. I like to respond to angry posts. Specially if that angry post is the first and only one person wrote So allow me... There are many possible reasons here. First of all - you do realize that for hundreds if not thousands of people update is working? Well as an example - for me it is. Fault may be in your system - specially if you are "not a tech person". Because that may mean that you have bloated it with some stuff, you didn't kept it at good condition. Affinity may not be at fault here at all. As for email response - give them some time, come on. When I was using PS I didnt get ANY response ever. I mean except for automatic "Thank you for letting us know, our team is looking into that issue, we will contact you soon!". They never did. I guess they are still on it, right? And finally - I always like when person who "just (...) needs a little photo manipulation once in a while" jumping on very top of a professional software. Its like getting tank to kill a fly. I am guessing for creating a little 3D text you would get yourself Maya? ZBrush has a neat plugin to do that too... Aaaanyways... Just give them some time, I am sure somebody will contact you. In the mean time you may want to contact your local "tech guy" to clean up your PC because after reading your post something tells me this may be way to go. Just idea. And be less angry. It helps when you want to get people to do something for you. I mean who would you rather help? Somebody asking you politely for it or somebody who is being a dick in a first post ever? (Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental :D)
  9. Just installed on PC - so far so good. Precisely today I have to send some labels to print, so I hope the improvements in pdf exporting will do good job Thank you for solid update!
  10. A bit of a reminder - I was shocked to see Adobe finally implementing symmetry (along with "lazy mouse") in latest Photoshop. I am staying with Affinity, but its probably last professional software now without this super useful option. Hope it will make it to both Designer and Photo one day. I mean it was in 1993 Deluxe Paint on Amiga so... Keep up great job!
  11. Probably the dumbest thing I have read in long time. Its just..sad.
  12. Shift+f5. Just like Photoshop. And use Photo not a Designer. Because this will not work in Designer exactly like it wouldn't work in Adobe Illustrator... Plus - first thing that shows up in google after typing "affinity inpaint tool" is a tutorial about it. It just cant be easier really... You need direct email from developers about it? Its just idea but maybe designing isn't your thing? Tried..? I don't know - singing? Good luck!
  13. I am just working on 16 artboards document - no problems. Background bitmap, rest vector - lot of formatted text. Size of each artboard - 109.56in X 82.847in. Thats 32868px x 24854px. Everything works like a dream. Adobe illustrator would die on me or I would die waiting for it to complete task on such document I don't say YOU don't have problems - I am saying I don't. I am missing some options, but so far the only complain I have is crashing randomly when using pen tool. I was on Photoshop/Illustrator really long time. Not sure since when exactly - I remember my first PS was version 4. At the beginning Photoshop was rock solid on release. Later on it was bloated with nonsense (3d, 3d printing, movie editing etc) and more buggy. I remember one time when there was a bug in writing tool - text couldn't be properly justified, numbers in the tool options were going crazy. It wasn't fixed for three months. My experience with Adobe are bit different. Adobe updates on illustrator are laughable. There was virtually nothing new introduced for couple last updates. Some meaningless bits and pieces - and its not like it is so mature it cant be improved. Just to be clear. I know Affinity needs some work but I cant agree with a statement that it isn't production ready simply because I am working on it for the last half year or so. It might be the case sometimes but it isnt right to say that as general statement.