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Tia Lapis

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  1. Well don't take it wrong but I don't think there is a huge market for Hebrew supporting software. But has anyone asked Serif if such simple rtl support would be easier and faster to implement? From a technical look it should be easy when there are no special cases that have to be taken care of.
  2. RTL support is easy, the problem is languages using these so called complex scripts instead of simple letters. Just stop using this insane stuff and the problem goes away. There is a reason no one is using hieroglyphics today.
  3. It is what it is. I don't get why it's so hard to accept what Serif said multiple times: It will take many years as it is not priority and hard to implement.
  4. So who besides Adobe supports it? It is no money maker. Especially for a small company as Serif.
  5. RTL support is not basic, it's one of the hardest things to do on computers. Look around how few programs support it... Vertical text (chinese and japanese) support is much easier and would be a much bigger moneymaker. Be honest - the arabic speaking community is not really a big software spender.
  6. As A Mac user - this only works with non appstore version? I much prefer appstore.
  7. Exactly. It's kinda annoying for the eyes und requires work at the end to correct the position after the scroll.
  8. Hi, I use a MagicTouchpad on my Mac for ages and I found one really big annoyance with Publisher Beta: When I scroll through a document with 2 fingers I get a lot ob wobbling on the x axis in the free space around the document I normally don't use. Would it be possible to add a scroll lock button to the scroll bars so people could disable scroll wheel scrolling on a axis?
  9. Well crashing on simple style changes wasn't something on my list of criteria for working It's not the missing features, but the abysmal speed and all the crashes and bugs. If that has gotten better I should really try again.
  10. Has the beta gotten useable in the meantime? The last time I tried it was nearly unusable 8(
  11. Well the problem is Publisher is not weeks late, but nearly 2 years now...
  12. And nothing speaks technically against connecting big screens to Smartphones, Tablets etc. Procreate: Not as features? It's a painting app and beats Photoshop in this by far. But yes it's not a photo editor. Affinity Photo is a very good competition to Photoshop as a photo editor even on a iPad. The big advantage of an iPad is the screen - It is much better as everything Wacom has delivered till now (no parallax error etc) and very good color accuracy and depth coupled with very high resolution. All in perfectly fine A4 drawing size that can be moved and scaled if you need more or need to do fine work. Never got why people get Big Wacoms and Cintiq, the A4 one is the maximum size that's comfortable to work with.
  13. I guess you never have used Procreate on a iPad Pro. It runs circles around Photoshop on my big MacPro (6core Xeon) when doing paint work at 8k. For big screen: Many private people have already big screens - we call them TV. I know it's hard for IT professionals to accept that the time of the pc is ending. It will remain for our usage as a special tool. But I don't see it in usage at most private homes and even many office jobs. My personal guess is that by 2030 there will be no traditional PCs anymore - even in special usage cases.
  14. I find this lack of a vision for the future depressing 8( Some pc/mac users act like there never should be any evolution of our tools. Just faster and bigger...
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