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    pixelstuff got a reaction from lashman in Affinity on Steam?   
    I wouldn't mind having a copy on Steam either. Even if it was a 30 day demo where you had to enter the license number purchased from Affinity's website. In fact that might be prefered.
    I run Blender through the Steam store specifically because it auto updates in the background without hassle.
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    pixelstuff reacted to M-Rick in MS Word, Pages and ePub support   
    Affinity Publisher should at least support import of Microsoft Word, Apple Pages and Adobe InDesign files.
    Adobe InDesign can import CSV and MS Office Word documents.
    Quak Xpress can import Adobe InDesign IDML and MS Office Word and Excel documents.
    They both can export to ePub.
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    pixelstuff reacted to hhauten in EPUB export   
    Can we have EPUB export please?
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    pixelstuff reacted to adam1762 in EPUB, Mobi and other formats for ebooks   
    Without the option to create the format epub, puts this program on a losing position (at least for me). So far, the Serif PagePlus X6 has probably much better functionality.
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    pixelstuff got a reaction from Dave Quail in Adding to selection   
    You are already doing Alt + Left Click to subtract, why not Shift + Left click to add? 
     
    Also it would be nice if the cursor changed to show if it was adding or subtracting.
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    pixelstuff got a reaction from JohannesMP in Allow guide creation when not in move tool   
    I second this. Creating a guide from the ruler regardless of the active tool is handy, like the way Photoshop allows.  It's almost frustrating having to change tools to drag out another guide.
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    pixelstuff got a reaction from PaulAffinity in Affinity Photo for Android on Chromebooks?   
    Good question. My guess would have been yes, but only for the kind of people paying for the more advanced Chromebooks like the Samsung and Asus tablet style units that came out this year.
     
    I know I'd buy a copy and I also get people asking me what photo editor they can use with their Chromebooks (currently telling them PhotoPea), but I don't know what the total audience would be for a $50 paid app. I sort of feel like it's still suffering from the chicken or egg situation, where if more pro apps existed then more people would be willing to pay $800 for a Chromebook or Chrome Desktop machine. Now that they have Android on them and Google is pushing for more local storage, it could be a true desktop replacement soon.
     
    I mean, do you chase the ball or try to be where the ball is headed?
     
    Also, I don't know how Serif's code is setup, but I would have guessed that 80% of the work is done already and they just need to convert the API calls to Android.
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    pixelstuff got a reaction from PaulAffinity in Affinity Photo for Android on Chromebooks?   
    With Google releasing a Chromebook having 16GB of RAM and 512GB SSD I think they are setting up the playing field to take on Windows.
     
    Do you think we can get the full Affinity Photo desktop client for Android on Chromebooks with an adaptive interface that can switch to the Affinity Photo touch client when in tablet mode?
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    pixelstuff got a reaction from Patrick Connor in Lighter Interface?   
    As a suggestion for when you start working on a lighter interface, take a look at Adobe Premiere and AfterEffects. They have a brightness slider in Edit > Preferences > Appearance that lets you adjust the brightness of the background and when it reaches a certain level it inverts the icons and text on the fly. It's pretty nice.
     
    I mean, if you are going to go to all the trouble of redesigning all your icons for light and dark, might as well give everyone a first class experience.
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    pixelstuff got a reaction from Patrick Connor in Lighter Interface?   
    As a suggestion for when you start working on a lighter interface, take a look at Adobe Premiere and AfterEffects. They have a brightness slider in Edit > Preferences > Appearance that lets you adjust the brightness of the background and when it reaches a certain level it inverts the icons and text on the fly. It's pretty nice.
     
    I mean, if you are going to go to all the trouble of redesigning all your icons for light and dark, might as well give everyone a first class experience.
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