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Cliff evans

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About Cliff evans

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  • Birthday 09/23/1959

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    Model Aircraft, Music.

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  1. Cliff evans

    DXF Export Support

    I know software developers that have all said that implementing such a feature is not difficult or time-consuming. I was with one of them yesterday who said he could do that in a day! so there really is no excuse.
  2. Cliff evans

    DXF Export Support

    Ease up! When they released the software I asked the question straight away, when will you include DXF output, I was told then that it was in the pipeline and would not be long! They are happy to take the money from us and plough ahead with the new Publisher. It would not take long to add what we have been asking for since day one of release. Actually, before then, I was asking for it when the software was in the beta testing stage!
  3. Cliff evans

    DXF Export Support

    Could not agree more!!
  4. Cliff evans

    DXF Export Support

    The thing is, DXF support has been requested from day one, it was at the time intimated that it would be implemented which is certainly what tipped the scales for me to purchase! The fact that the feature is available in most other software packages is an indication of it's importance to the industry! I have now bitten the bullet and purchase Illustrator. If Serif had implemented their commitment to include the function I would still be using Affinity. So, not only have they lost me but, they have also lost loads of recommendations I could and would have passed on! The fact that they now do not even answer this subject speaks volumes on the company.
  5. Cliff evans

    DXF Export Support

    You are wasting your time! It would seem they are not interested. I have now dumped this software and purchased Illustrator.
  6. Will not be purchasing anything else from this company! Their support is non-existent. Purchased Affinity Designer and Photo when they were first released. Since then there have been numerous requests to incorporate the facility to open and save dxf/ dwg files in Designer. all requests have been ignored!! This is a feature that is required by a lot of designers. The first request for this was August 2014!! still being requested now but the requests are never answered. So beware when purchasing. Here is the forum with the requests:
  7. Cliff evans

    DXF Export Support

    I too have given up. They promised to have this sorted but have never delivered. They seem to have lost all interest in those of us that supported them by purchasing their products. As far as I am concerned they can do one now. Gone to Corel Draw.
  8. Cliff evans

    DXF Export Support

    Corel draw
  9. Cliff evans

    DXF Export Support

    Flymo Fo, we have been asking for this export option since it was released. I really do not now think this will happen! They have had three years since the release of this software to look at this. It is a disgrace. they don't even answer anything here now!
  10. Cliff evans

    DXF Export Support

    I really do not think they are interested in including this function!
  11. Cliff evans

    DXF Export Support

    I agree, full of promises when they wanted us to buy the software! I just don't use this software as without this function, it is useless to me!
  12. Cliff evans

    DXF Export Support

    Yes, come on this request has been going on long enough now. This is needed by many.
  13. Cliff evans

    DXF Export Support

    Cmon' this function should be avaIlable by now! probably go back to illustrator if this is not implimented soon. It's obviously well requested!
  14. Cliff evans

    DXF Export Support

    C'mon, where is the support for the dxf files? This should have been looked at ages ago!
  15. When I use the crop function to streighten a picture, it does not stay streightened! it flics back to its original state when I move on, what am I missing?
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