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  1. So, it means I can not replace colour with one click action because I did not definied global colour before, yes? In InDesign I can select colour with the picker and replace in all objects. I supposed I can select colour from fill of one object, define it in document pallete as global and then edit it for all object consisting of the same CMYK values.
  2. Hi, I used in document a colour, the same in several obejcts. I would like to replace this colour with another one with "one click". I made this colour (old) as global and edited it but objects in my document don't change. Could you explain me how to do it, step by step?
  3. There's also Spanish dictionary in LibreOffice archive, you can install it the same way
  4. There are plenty of online pdf- font extractors
  5. Look at video below. In what app? And could you attach png? 2019-07-16_01-02-37.mp4
  6. Windows file info window can not always provide a color profile. Maybe Affinity uses a non-standard way to write information about an image that Windows can not read . You must check in another program. See the video below. 2019-07-11_02-24-19.mp4
  7. Nice, in this picture it was not difficult because the background was out of focus. I usually use the "select subject" function in PS when I need to quickly cut the background in product photography. With more complex objects, it works worse but in every release of the application is getting better. As you can see in the second movie, the selection is not perfect but a minute correction is enough to get a very good result. This function is useful for the initial selection, which can later be corrected. I could use this tool also in Affinity, I hope it will appear in the future. 2019-07-02_01-17-57.mp4 2019-07-02_01-29-38.mp4
  8. The advantage of graphics programs over such "one-click action" websites is that you can always correct the operation of algorithms switching to another selection tool to correct errors.
  9. Photoshop has a similar tool based on AI. I think that in the future a similar tool will go to Affinity 2019-07-01_02-29-33.mp4
  10. I've done it in registry and in settings but with no results. But now, however, this does not bother me because Affinity does not use Windows Ink and in Photoshop and Artrage I managed to disable the use of Windows Ink. So now I have disabled this function in the Huion driver and it's OK.
  11. Yes it does. Works well (but only when you DISABLE "windows Ink" mode in tablet driver), it's especially useful when I'm drawing in ArtRage. In the video you can see that it works (screen video from Expresii app to show tilt): Where can I disable it in Windows 10? 2019-06-21_22-07-49 (1).mp4
  12. Yes, I also use this tablet with Photoshop, ArtRage and RAW developing apps (CaptureOne, Zoner Photo Studio, Lightroom). It works well with all apps. The only difference I noticed is that Affinity does not use the "Windows Ink" mode, while in Photoshop and ArtRage this function must be enabled in the tablet driver. It also seems to me that Photoshop is better prepared for working with a pen than Affinity Photo. In AP you need to do a bit with the brush settings to get good results Before, I used Penragram tablet and Wacom Intuos but there were some problems with pen of Wacom and I I returned it to the store after a few repairs. I was simply unlucky because Wacom is generally a very good device, but this adventure has put me off the brand. There is a table comparing both versions of tablet on the site https://www.huiontablet.com/inspiroy-q11k-v2.html. Most important is Report Rate, Tilt function and Sensing Height in new pen. I could compare both versions because my colleague uses both tablets, the pen is simply much better in the newer version.
  13. Done! By the faster way, all seems to be ok. Now I have 1.7.1.404 installed
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