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  1. Thanks Walt, that's fantastic. I wish I'd asked the question here earlier!
  2. Having resampled my images in Affinity Photo to 300ppi using Resize Document, they refuse to export at that resolution (I've tried JPG and TIFF), always reverting to 72ppi. What am I doing wrong, if anything?
  3. That's the first thing I needed to do on my first paid job (a roundel logo) using AD - fit text to a curve! Typical eh?! So it's Illustrator to the rescue but I'll bring it straight back into AD when I've got the curved text just right ... I promise.
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    Hi all, My name is David and at 63 I am essentially in the process of retiring from the graphics industry, but down the years I have enjoyed Freehand ... and then lamented its demise, I have pulled out my hair (what's left of it) over Illustrator (and believe Adobe has shot itself in both of its corporate feet with 'cloud' subscriptions) and so am thrilled to see Affinity Designer for Mac - its simplicity and functionality look great, and all I need now is more work to try it out fully, so maybe my hair will grow back again one day (vain hope of course!). Much of my work is now web-based, so on the strength of Affinity Designer I really do hope the guys at Serif are working hard on a Mac version of WebPlus which, as far as I'm concerned, is their flagship package for Windows PCs, and I reckon if they concentrated their efforts on producing an equally-capable Mac version they could take the market by storm. CMS (WordPress, Joomla, Drupal etc.) is all very nice'n'easy but it has big disadvantages, so go for it Serif, you know you can do it!
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