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  1. Exactly. 5. By right clicking on the size, it should display a frame with a selection of parameters (Pixels, Points, Inches ......) I would never expect that choosing units could be on the zoom tool options, it isn't very intuitive. Like someone has suggested before units choice should be possible by double cliking on the ruler (6).
  2. Affinity programs are getting better and better. I propose to streamline workflow to implement such small changes. 1. Separate the color probes for the contour and fill. 2. Add icons (new, open, print, export) 3. In the Wheel color palette, add to the displayed HSL values - CMYK, RGB and HEX values 4. Add a blue square at the highlighted point (it will be more visible). If you work all day on these programs really can make it easier to design. (I work on the design of signs, banners, business cards, flyers, invitations, graphic signs) And I'm still reminded of the idea of choosing a color for contour and fill. Thank you very much. Marek
  3. OK program helped. I installed Affinity photo. Thank you very much for your help
  4. I checked and it all looks right, but I still can not install Affinity Photo.
  5. When you try to install Affinity Photo, the .msi file is missing. I have installed Affinity Photo 1.5, but such a file is not on any disk. How do I fix this? Windows 7.
  6. Version Beta seems to be stable. You have to improve one thing. Pull out the guides independently of the selected tool icon. Now if for example I draw a rectangle and I want to draw a vertical guide I have to mark the arrow icon, draw the guides back to the rectangle icon, draw a rectangle. etc. Would not it be easier if the pulling of the guides was always possible regardless of the current tool? So it's been organized in CorelDraw . If we move the cursor on the rulers, the cursor should always switch to the arrow and then the guides could be drawn. It will really speed things up.
  7. I do not believe I'm working on Windows 7 only, what's the downside of adding these tips to the progress bar? It would be nice to see what happens with a large rescue project. Sometimes it takes a long time to save or export, and it is not known whether the program has been suspended or is still in the process of writing. It will certainly make it easier to work in the program.
  8. In version in Windows 7, when you save large files, there is no progress bar. When exporting large files, you do not see the progress bar. I suggest adding only numbers with percentages on the progress bar and this will be very OK.
  9. I think you only need to add the possibility of choosing the color of the left-click fill and right border color, leaving the current way of choosing the color. This will make the job easier.
  10. I am reiterating the question about Polish. In Poland there are many users of these wonderful programs.
  11. Designing the entire day in the program uses every moment to choose the color of the fill or the border and you need to aim at the tiny color picker icon and still tiny icon without filling. It is very annoying if you work a few hours. So I think the best option is to choose the color of the left mouse button fill and right border color. In Coreldraw I have been working continuously since 1991 since version 3.0. From the beginning it was so organized and it is very practical because you do not have to switch any icon to choose whether you want to color fill or colorize the border. I bought the Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo program and I am doing a lot of projects in these programs and I really like them. Some designs can be done in Affinity Designer very quickly and efficiently. Although in CorelDraw I have been working for 26 years, I am more and more often designing in Designer, although I still have errors.
  12. In version, icons for selecting fill color and borders were larger and more comfortable to handle. Version is smaller and less handy. It would be better if the color of the fill was left-clicked and the color of the border was the right mouse button, as in CorelDraw.