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  1. That is exactly the information I was looking for. I don't think I ever noticed the red connection symbol before. Thanks.
  2. I've watched that tutorial several times, it does not address unlinking or moving text frames after they have been created.
  3. How do you manage linked text frames? For example, unlink text frames or move a link from one frame to another?
  4. If you are on a Mac running High Sierra you might try the following ... Export your Affinity Photo document as a Photoshop file .psd. Open that file in the Mac's Preview application. From Preview go to the file menu and down to Export to PDF. When I did this on a test file the result was a pdf doc showing version 1.3 This may introduce other issues and may not ultimately helpful, but I thought I'd pass it along anyway. Good Luck : )
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    Standard proxy icon

    I use Apple's standard Proxy icons every day. They have multiple uses, one of those being to quickly identify a files path. Most users will have files saved in any number of locations, so access to the files proxy icon is a real time saver. Please consider adding Apple's Proxy icons to Affinity documents. Examples attached.
  6. Affinity Designer 1.5.5 - is there a quick and easy way to change or convert a Frame Text box into an Artistic Text box? Yes I could copy paste content into a new new text box, but I'm just wondering if there is a built in conversion option I'm not seeing.
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