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cornishninja

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  1. Sounds like another reason to produce a Kindle version of both books?
  2. I'm chiming in to say that I would like to purchase both workbooks in electronic format, preferably in Kindle format. I never buy physical books unless they're secondhand, out of print editions, which is extremely rare for me.
  3. That's all very well for people who use slices and the export persona. I don't. I go to File > Export... and that's where I need to see a preview like I would get if I was saving for web in Photoshop! It's a PITA to export a file just to preview how it looks, then go back into Designer to adjust. It's like flying blind... I would like to see this as a priority item in the roadmap. I don't get how this hasn't been implemented before now because this is such a basic feature to have.
  4. +1 this. It's a must, and I don't understand why it's not already implemented.
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    How to join paths?

    I hope there's a fix or improvement in the pipeline for this, because doing it the way that's being described is not working for me at all. Illustrator does this job easily and quickly. Why try to reinvent the wheel?
  6. I'm really appreciative of the captioning in more recent videos because, I have profound hearing loss. But any chance of captioning your older videos? Would love to be able to watch them and actually understand what's going on. :)
  7. It's now £10.10 per month. Multiply by 12. Do the maths. If you kept PS and Lightroom for a year it would cost you £120 approximately. And that's just for a year. Affinity Photo is a one off payment of £48.99 including VAT with all free future updates. I know which one I'm going for, since AP will do the job just as well as PS would in my case. ;)
  8. Many thanks for the explanation and the video. Really helped me out. :)
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