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tnittner

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About tnittner

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    germany
  • Interests
    painting, designing

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  1. hello pundits and connoisseurs of publisher, when finishing up for print of jobs in publisher i sometimes have to swith rgb images to cmyk. as affinity offers the ingenious possibility to work in photo right out of publisher i tried that. unfortunately it doesn't seem to be possible to change an image from rgb to cmyk in that way. when going to change the colour profile it says cmyk but when i check in photo directly the picture is still rgb.??? unless - of course - i am too stupid to find the right way of doing things any assistance would be greatly appreciated, greetings, tomas
  2. thanks @a_b_c, i have been searching where i could change the quotes, but eventually gave up. could you tell me where i can find the appropriate menu for that? thanx much, tomas
  3. thanks much for all your answers. 1. i have been working with frutiger in indesign ever since it came out, i almost exclusively work with it and i never had the problem. 2. the title in oil pastel is purposely done like a child's drawing. 3. here is thwe af-designer file i am working with. let's see if one of you venerable pundits could give me an answer... tomas anzeige_320x110.afdesign
  4. friends and neighbours, i just designed a nice little ad in affinity designer only to find out that the german "umlaute" i.e. ä,ü,ö, DO NOT show up in the pdf for print. they do show in affinity designer while i am working. what to do? or where do i have to change something because like this all my work was for naught. thanks for all the assistance you can give me, tomas anzeige_320x110.pdf
  5. that's great news! and you mean "publisher" will really be available in the summer (2018)? <grin>
  6. dear pundits, is there a way to create chapter initials in affinity designer, the same way as i could do in indesign? any help appreciated. greetings, tomas
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