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    jackamus got a reaction from Frozen Death Knight in Saxophone Work in progress   
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    jackamus got a reaction from 0_0_0_0_0 in Saxophone Work in progress   
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    jackamus got a reaction from Ros in Saxophone Work in progress   
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    jackamus got a reaction from Fred Lespine in Saxophone Work in progress   
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    jackamus got a reaction from StuartRc in Saxophone Work in progress   
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    jackamus got a reaction from v_kyr in Saxophone Work in progress   
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    jackamus reacted to toltec in Is it possible to change Affinity's dark appearance   
    Go in the menu. Edit > Preferences > User Interface and set it to Light.
     

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    jackamus got a reaction from BobsDaubs in Pressure profiles   
    Quote from Ronnie McBride that I agree with.
    'You are correct jackamus! The profiles only save on a per project basis. I wish they would save to the application like a brush or something.'
    This would seem to be  a logical feature to have in view of saving brush profiles.
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    jackamus got a reaction from BobsDaubs in Pressure profiles   
    As a suggestion this would be a good feature to add. The particular benefit would be for technical illustrators to choose a particular weight of line. I was going to create an example to attach but when I went back to select one of the saved pressure profiles they weren't there and I didn't bother saving the file they were created with. So I did it again and saved the file only to find that on creating a few drawing the pressure profiles were not there.
    Do these profiles only exist in the files they were created in rather than as a permanent part of the studio?
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    jackamus reacted to Alfred in Gradients for lines   
    Yes, perhaps it could be added, but that might turn out to be a trifle difficult!!
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    jackamus got a reaction from Alfred in Gradients for lines   
    Perhaps this could be added to the next AD update - excuse the pun!
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    jackamus got a reaction from firstdefence in Gradients for lines   
    Perhaps this could be added to the next AD update - excuse the pun!
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    jackamus got a reaction from Alfred in Joining nodes   
    This was easy!  Select the two sets of curves with the node tool anf then click the 'Join curve' which will jopin the top two nodes then click 'Close curve' and that will join the two nodes you wanted. You can then choose 'Break' the curve if you want to separate the top two nodes.
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    jackamus got a reaction from Alfred in Node tool   
    It would be very useful to be able to drag a guide line using the Node tool as well as the Move tool. This way the curve nodes will not disappear when dragging a guide line.
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    jackamus got a reaction from Bri-Toon in Joining nodes   
    Yes that is exactly what I did and it worked OK. I now have a better understanding of how this procedure works.
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    jackamus got a reaction from A_B_C in Ellipse axes   
    Gotcha! All is well now. Thanks.
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    jackamus got a reaction from Arun Sarkar in Multiple copies   
    Alfred replied to my question regarding making multiple copies of objects:
    'There is currently no ‘Replicate’ command which would allow the user to specify a number of copies.'
    May I suggest that one is created. This could be very useful feature especially when used with the alignment tool.
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    jackamus reacted to R C-R in Menus   
    The Layer menu is on the Mac OS menu bar so, as I said, this behavior is controlled by the OS, not the Affinity app. For the distribute functions, you can use the Alignment button on the Affinity menu bar, which drops down a window that won't close until you click Cancel or Done.

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    jackamus got a reaction from Gundy1234 in Closing Files   
    I did once and that is why I bought a Mac!
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    jackamus got a reaction from firstdefence in Closing Files   
    I did once and that is why I bought a Mac!
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    jackamus got a reaction from Alfred in Closing Files   
    I did once and that is why I bought a Mac!
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    jackamus got a reaction from Alfred in Curve nodes   
    Hi Alfred,
    Yes I did mean that and thank you for crediting me with 'already knowing' I didn't!
    This solves the problem. it would be nice to 'Toggle' between 'all showing' and 'not all showing'.
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    jackamus got a reaction from MEB in Tapered brushes   
    I'm now quite happy with the current system. I created a 'Style' for doing tapered lines for ellipses for doing technical illustrations.
    I varied the thickness of the line by using the pressure profile. See the attached file.
    Ellipses.afdesign
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    jackamus got a reaction from Aammppaa in Break curve tool   
    Thanks for this. I will have to investigate creating other shortcuts. A modifier key would be useful but for now this sounds like an excellent solution.
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    jackamus reacted to Hangman in Layer order (reverse, reverse inside groups etc)   
    Has this been made into a feature request, I would certainly second the ability to reverse the layer order, both for 'all' layers in a document and layers within groups independently, so that only the layers within the group are re-ordered, I seem to spend a lot of time doing this manually at the moment.
    What would be great in addition is perhaps a preference that allows new layers to be added below, rather than above the current layer or something similar so people can select which they prefer.
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