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  1. Hello, Does anyone know of a simple way for me to create a falling text effect, without having to manually move each letter/word? (see image from athenaprofessional.co.uk for an example) Thank you!
  2. Hello, Is it possible to create a font with Affinity Designer, and then install it to my Windows 10 PC, and use it in Microsoft Word or other applications? (Without paying for a third party software) Thank you
  3. I'm having the same issue, for the same reason. Unity only allows RAW files. Being able to export as RAW would be much appreciated!
  4. I don't know much about color formats and color profiles, so I could use some help. I have a project that I plan to get professionally printed. However, I tried printing on my home printer as well as FedEx Office and the colors are drastically different from my monitor (Dell UltraSharp U3415W PXF9 34" Curved LED-Lit Monitor). When printed, my purple looks like blue, and my light gray looks dark, etc. I have my document setup as Print-ready with CMYK/8 and all my colors have been created using the CMYK slider. This has been the case since I first started this document. So, I have a couple questions: 1. Am I doing something wrong? 2. What is a color profile? 3. How do I prevent this from happening when I get it professionally printed? (I think they want PDF, but may accept other formats) Thank you in advance! I attached a couple images of my Document Setup and CMYK Slider.
  5. Is there anyway to record/ write macros for Affinity Designer? I am creating a trading card game and it would be great if I could write a script to change the values on the card instantly, instead of the slow manual process. I was hoping I could write something where I input; name, damage value, life value, etc. then run the macro and the text updates. Does anything like this exist? thank you!
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