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  1. Thank you! I made a template for me, with 4 different shapes. inclined_template.afdesign
  2. Hello, I am not a graphic designer. I use the Affinity tools just for very simple processes. So maybe my question is stupid simple. Is it possible to create a reusable template for 2 (or more) inclined images side by side? I mostly use Affinity Designer. This is just a sample of what I want to do: thanks Jochen
  3. I wounder why Serif doesen't care about the users need? So many people use and love the X-Right products.
  4. Hello, I have uploaded the file to Dropbox. Maybe the problem is, because I use the same file on 2 different computers. Both run on Windows 10. They should be pretty similar.
  5. Hello, I use the latest AD on Windows 10. My problem is, that I have to select the font again and again for one of my files. Maybe I do something wrong.... You can see on my first screenshot, that the selected text does not touch the canvas on the right and top. AD tells me on the left that the font is Open Sans. That's the font I like to use. Now I have just to select the same font again and everything fits and looks like it should: The font looks different in the first screenshot. It seems that AD forgets my font selection shows me Arial instead. But still shows me Open Sans in the selection. It is not every time I open the file, but after a while I have to select Open Sans again. What's wrong here? Thanks Jochen
  6. Yes, because there is no software for designers on Linux.
  7. none of them are issues. Just the product circle.
  8. Gimp also. I found Krita is more like Paint.
  9. I would pay the subscription to have a professional grafix solution on Linux. Linux is the perfect platform for developers. Most developers goes only with MacOS, because there is no proper UX tool for Linux.
  10. No, i think many more then 8k want Adobe on Linux.
  11. 8500 votes for Adobe on Linux. Adobe is reviewing it officially. What software is the first that supports Linux, will get many new users. Especially many switchers from the other camp.

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