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  1. LOL They can have a power nap after a few more features are added.
  2. Yes GarryP thank you..lol How did I not see this?? I don't think I have even seen a tutorial showing it either.
  3. This is a option I mentioned that would be great in another thread. Contour gradient that follows what ever shape you draw or distort.
  4. LOL every-time this is asked the lyrics from the 80's cartoon Galaxy Rangers song pops in my head.."Somewhere in the future, far away from here.."..LOL Hopefully one day soon. Like I mentioned on another post it would be cool to at least get a heads up of any new features we will see in the future/next beta, or even some vid's of alpha work. The Adobe illustrator dev's have been doing that.
  5. I would like this option but really don't need it. I have had to create windows .ICO files that have multiple sizes and different bit depths or windows dev environment will reject the combined file. The app that does this very well and free, GIMP...lol I have this app specifically for making .ICO files.
  6. Yes these options would be great. It would be nice if the devs could just copy and past the code from drawplus of these features and improve them. Ha ha. But nope it doesn’t work like that.
  7. @Patrick Connor Sorry it's not bashing just a customer talking with folks in this forum. As you can see from the topic of this post there are concerns from people. And if Serif hasn't hired enough dev's because of $ then maybe ya'll should look at the Sketch pricing model mentioned here as well so each app can get the attention it deserves and grow at a faster pace.
  8. I was just saying this on facebook..LOL This model would make sense. Since the release of publisher + the ipad versions the dev teams seem to be spread thin. Hopefully they aren't hoarding big features for a paid 2.0 upgrade. The Sketch model would allow them to hire and give each app the attention it deserves.
  9. The Affinity team took down the roadmap awhile ago but it would be nice if they did something like this. While the 1.9 release candidate is being tested they could post what they plan to tackle in the next 1 or 2 updates. For example we plan on tackling gradient mesh and vector distort in ver 1.10, and bug fixes only in 1.11. This way us user's have a idea of what to look forward to. Right now the beta comes out and you look at the release notes and go aww still no features requested 4 years ago only bug fixes.
  10. The last few beta updates have been pretty quick. Hopefully a few requested features from users will make an appearance in the next few.
  11. @R C-R I wouldn't mind it if ver 2.0 had a higher price tag as well. We also know Affinity needs to make money, so I can see Affinity Introducing a pricing model like the UI app Sketch. For example you still buy the app for $50 but you only get free updates for 12 or 24 months. After that time you continue using the current version you have forever and when you feel like upgrading again you pay a discounted amount of like $30.
  12. I haven't seen this mentioned before but it would be nice to have a update to he gradient options. Contour gradients that follow the shape of your paths like these old FreeHand MX examples would be a great edition.
  13. @MattP Is it also possible to work in applying a contour gradient to shapes created with this tool or any of the shape tools.? Example attached like Freehand did it.
  14. LOL Thanks for replying. I will probably do a few more. If I decide to tackle Unicron that one will take awhile.
  15. As a kid I would watch my fav shows frame by frame learning to animate. I recreated one of my fav scenes from Transformers the Movie. Only the clouds are pixel persona.
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