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  1. Thanks walt.farrell I just posted this as a topic, I'll answer for others
  2. Sorry if this is obvious but after purchasing V2 Universal License can I run the two versions side by side , so my old version 1 at the same time as the new Version 2 on the same windows 11 PC? I asked this Here but thought others might find a topic helpful, I did look for this but couldn't find an answer. Cheers
  3. Hi walt.farrell this may be a silly question but after purchasing V2 will it be a separate application/instance that can run side by side with V1. So what I mean is can I run them both at the same time? Regards.
  4. I might be missing a way to do it & have searched for it, but a square donut tool or an all shapes tool having the donut ability would be great addition to the shapes toolkit.
  5. Hi walt.farrell & PÅ¡enda (fixed the above image) I have taken a screen shot of both, but as soon as you asked that question walt.farrell I checked & noticed the difference in locations and fixed it. For anyone else having an issue, I had selected the en_NZ directory instead the "Dictionaries" directory, it's not the actual dictionary you select, but one level up that holds them, my path is "C:\ProgramData\Affinity\Common\1.0\Dictionaries" and my en_NZ (and a few others) are in here. What caught me was I had done this in Designer which forced it to look in "C:\ProgramData\Affinity\Common\1.0\Dictionaries/en_NZ" as that's the folder I wrongly selected, but both Photo & Publisher which I never touched automatically looked at the correct path which is "C:\ProgramData\Affinity\Common\1.0\Dictionaries" an image below shows my error. Hope this helps someone. Thanks walt.farrell
  6. Hi I have spent quite a while getting a (close to) New Zealand dictionary set up. I followed the video from Dan C Here and followed advice from walt.farrell Here but I'm having an issue where Affinity Designer doesn't recognise the dictionary at start-up & I have to select English UK from language as it's closer to NZ, but Photo & Publisher do recognise it at start-up, why is this?. I use Designer the most. Walt suggested to to grab the Australian version and rename it as that's close to NZ too which I have done. It would be nice to have these set up and you just select your desired language with a checkbox in the app. Attached is an image of the issue.
  7. Hi GarryP I think it was fx panel but looking at the results I found since then (since you posted the others) I think I was in the general designer forum page. I do search the forum quite a bit & do a lot of general browsing as well. It was the middle of the night and I was buggered when I wrote that feedback, was doing some work & was getting frustrated enabling & disabling the FX, I have used the links you posted & added my bit to them too.
  8. Yep I understand, I do lots of searching here & can't find what I'm looking for on more than many occasions. Can't change my opinion, got my hand slapped.
  9. I would like to have the FX panel to be able to be toggled on or off as a whole in each layer you have them on, so you can just click it on or off without going inside and disabling each effect. This would obviously be good in all the Affinity apps.
  10. Dan C, I thought it might be the case, It'd be good for it to stop scrolling though. (sorry can't remove bold text in this post). Also hanks Old Bruce .
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