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    DavidDoesAffinity reacted to Bryce in PDF woes   
    No problem. Another solution, that is if the printer supports it, so to check the box in affinity when exporting to a PDF, make sure that overprint black is specified in the export box. The only way this will work though is to be printing using a postscript driver/printer from Acrobat. It will also make your blacks more dense.

     
    We use that quite often to ensure no gaps throughout the print run.
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    DavidDoesAffinity reacted to thomaso in When to rasterise and when not to? When to convert to CYMK?   
    Yes, the output color space(s) get defined on export. Until then, you can mix your inputs, but keep in mind that some RBG colors may differ from the (smaller) CMYK color space. Therefore, it is useful if you prefer to create a color or a swatch in CMYK – rather than RGB, HSL, or LAB.
    (cmyk has 4 color channels whereas rgb has 3 only. that is why your video software gets issues with cmyk input – not because of the colors.)
    When exporting to PDF, note that the PDF version has an influence on the colors, the number of color spaces and thus on the compatibility with different print workflows. Means that not every PDF version is useful or optimal for each content.
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    DavidDoesAffinity reacted to Dan C in Layers Tab will not stretch down   
    Thanks for that - if this issue arises again please let us know! 
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    DavidDoesAffinity reacted to Chris B in Missing the ability to revert to the last stored image   
    Agreed. This does the job of Revert but is also more flexible and you now have the ability to have multiple history branches with the 'cycle future' feature. 
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    DavidDoesAffinity reacted to carl123 in reward for beta-testers and suggestion makers?   
    I believe there is a new range of Affinity t-shirts coming after Publisher is released.  The price is expected to be discounted for people participating in these forums.
    Sneak peak below...
     
     

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    DavidDoesAffinity reacted to jmwellborn in reward for beta-testers and suggestion makers?   
    No they don’t.   They deserve a pat on the back.    But so do the developers.  One huge thank you for putting up with some strange comments mixed in with thousands of potentially helpful forum entries.   Nobody is required to be on these forums.   I consider it a distinct privilege and also a matter of great satisfaction that I may possibly have helped in a miniscule way to making Publisher the wonderful product it is — and was from the start back on August 30.   It never WAS “terrible.”   
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    DavidDoesAffinity got a reaction from walt.farrell in Straight lines 10x too thick?   
    NOT minus 2 pt it was a badly placed dash. I will sort out some screenshots later with the main content removed
    UPDATE - started from scratch and all OK- then removed and replaced original lines and all now OK. No idea what I had done wrong but will try to recreate when time permits.
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    DavidDoesAffinity got a reaction from Busenitz in "Photo" is not a product name   
    You mean it's not a car crash repair app. :blink:
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    DavidDoesAffinity got a reaction from christovw66 in "Photo" is not a product name   
    Some people have way too much time on their hands :rolleyes: ...Jamon FYI as you may have missed it, this is an AFFINITY forum. It is a bit of a bummer with all this talk of graphic software and not a mention of how to cook Duck Chinese Style but that's the way it is. ;)
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    DavidDoesAffinity got a reaction from christovw66 in "Photo" is not a product name   
    Some people have way too much time on their hands :rolleyes: ...Jamon FYI as you may have missed it, this is an AFFINITY forum. It is a bit of a bummer with all this talk of graphic software and not a mention of how to cook Duck Chinese Style but that's the way it is. ;)
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    DavidDoesAffinity reacted to Aussie4220 in Order for adjustments?   
    I am very new to the world of photo editing and production.  I am working my way through the Affinity tutorials and i have been going back through the first 6 sections just to get a "comfort" with regard to the multiple processes introduced.
     
    When editing my own pics, unless there are obvious corrections to be made , is there a "general" sequence or order to follow with regard to adjustments ie do you tend to start with "Brightness and Contracts" first, followed by ...........  or are there certain things that should be done before other things and not the reverse?
     
    Any assistance or direction on this would be most appreciated.
     
    Thank you
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