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  1. My scanner (Epson) does not de-screen for a resolution greater than 600 pixels. And I need a higher resolution. So it would be very useful to have such a filter to use in Affinity. I don't know if it has been inserted now, I tried to search but I didn't find anything, does anyone know?
  2. The sliding of the pen is fluid, there is a little delay if you work quickly, but it works well for me. I find the "stabilizer" function very convenient, which allows you to move the pen very smoothly. I use it especially to get a drawing from a photo, to make the outlines of the subjects. I attach a small example.
  3. Solved. Thanks to RM f/g! Viva Designer Even the free version opens indd (and idml) files and exports idml.
  4. Thanks so much! I downloaded the trial version and managed to recover the documents !!! 😘
  5. Thanks. Yes, the forum is for windows too, but IDMarkZ no... Thanks for the quotes. I think the fastest way is to download the Indesign trial version.
  6. Yes, I think it's the best thing to do at this point ... Thanks!
  7. Thanks, I no longer have Indesign installed, and I work on Windows 10 ...
  8. I have several old Indesign (Adobe) files. I tried to open them but today Affinity Publisher does not allow it. I found this thread, but I understand that it doesn't give Windows solutions. Do I really have to buy Indesign back? I don't use them for work, it would be an excessive cost for me. Windows 10 64 bit Thanks!
  9. Sorry, I don't know if there is any answer in the previous posts, but I can't read all 28 pages! I have several old Indesign (Adobe) files. I tried to open them but Affinity Publisher today doesn't allow it. Would it be possible at least to have the possibility to import them in some way? Do I really have to buy Indesign back? I don't use them for work, it would be an excessive cost for me. Thanks!
  10. Thanks walt. it works! I didn't know that using "esc" you could create curves and single lines.
  11. Affinity Photo. Windows 10 - 64 bit I have to draw many lines to make a drawing. I selected the "pen" tool with the "lines" modality and the "Add new curve to the selected object" option, which should cause all curves drawn after to end on one level. Does not work. Each curve I draw creates a new level, and I find myself having to manually "compact" all the layers one by one. Any suggestions? Thanks! I enclose an example screen.
  12. If anyone is interested, I got the solution from XP-PEN. Uncheck the "Windows Ink" option in the display control panel. It works!
  13. Thanks firstedefence. Sorry, I didn't specify that I work with Windows 10 Pro 64 bit. I installed the latest driver from the xp-pen site
  14. I've had the XP-PEN 15.6 Pro display for 2 days. I'm trying to work with Affinity Photo. In general it seems to me that is fine, but I found a problem. When I use the brush without the stabilizer, while drawing instead of showing the drawing point with the circle of the brush, the arrow-shaped cursor remains visible, which is annoying. The arrow disappears only if I press and hold the right button while drawing. I would not like, however, that by using it very much, the right button would be ruined. If I set the stabilizer, the cursor remains with the circle shape of the brush even without pressing the right button. Has anyone experienced this particular problem? Thanks if there's a solution that I can't find by myself.
  15. Not yet resolved in version 1.7.3
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