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  1. It was a bit of joke really if you see some of the comments to another post about a Windows only tool 😁 I'll deffo take a look if they come up with a windows version
  2. No windows version, thus worthless 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
  3. There's still a window of opportunity for Affinity here .... A hell of a lot of people still use Adobe Fireworks and are extremely disgruntled with Adobe, especially those on Mac who upgrade to Mojave and find out Fireworks will no longer work.... Non-destructive perspective, Free Transform and some core warp tools like arch, arc, fisheye would seal the deal IMO. Workflow and learning curve in Illustrator and Photoshop are steep, clumsy and don't lend themselves well to long term users of an intuitive tool like Fireworks ..... Add these tools to Designer and Adobe could be dropped completely then and hello Affinity all the way
  4. Hi all, Just to reiterate as this thread is getting hijacked and going off on a tangent, to vote for this feature add a +1 to this new thread here and hopefully Affinity will pay attention:
  5. Any ETA on non destructive free transform, perspective and warp tools like those found illustrator/Photoshop?
  6. Unless its a major release (which I'm sure we would have heard about) I doubt it - Development of Designer seems to have slowed down ....
  7. Since i first started looking at Affinity as alternative to Adobe, I think there has been a lot of concentration on the mobile apps and the launch/development of Publisher. It seems like development of Designer has really slowed down?
  8. Yes, until there's a non destructive free transform, perspective tool no pont in switching from the good old Adobe Fireworks. With free transform and also warp tools there's a very good argument to compoletelt ditch Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator/Firweworks
  9. Yes I know about the shear tool - the lack of a simple perspective tool in Designer like the one in Photoshop is a problem - In Adobe Fireworks its called the 'skew' tool and it combines both shear and perspective functionality. Its a frequently used tool and it should be in Designer, hopefully it won't be too long before its added ...
  10. What are the workarounds ? I can use perspective grid in Photo but it rasterizes. A simple perspective tool (called skew tool in Fireworks) is missing. I worked out a trick with the node tool that can be used on vectors to do the equivelant of the pespective tool in Photoshop - not sure about text and if I want to do the same on a bitmap I have to switch to Photo and use Perspectibe grid as far as I can see?
  11. Unfortuntelay there seems to be a culture on these forums of making silly comments and general rudeness to a simple question or feature request - so if people insist on posting sarcastic replies with rude undertones then I will reply in the same manner ... I have experienced many time rudness and an ''attitude' on these forums, so the idea you are all polite on here is a nonsense .... I'll leave you to your little clique, it seems you have a very blinkered opinion
  12. I am simply asking the question if there is any chance the Photo Persona will inlcude support for Thirdy Part Photoshop Plugins in the future as it would come in very handy instead of having to do round trips with edit on Photo ... I've no idea what the point of any of your answers (if you can call them that) or comments are for ... You're wasting your energy, unless you are part of the Affinity Deve team and you know whats going on and would stop embarressing yourself ....
  13. Hello - is there no way to make the perspective tool behave like the transform > perspective tool in Photoshop? I thought maybe I would be able to hold shift and drag a corner for something similiar but it doesn't work?
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