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  1. Ah, I see. Hope it gets better with upcoming updates. Really need more options.
  2. How to create a scatter brush in Affinity Designer? Like in Illustrator, it gives you a separate option to create a scatter brush. Also, I think there aren't enough options for editing a brush, just basic options.
  3. As the title says, how to get perfect gapping between 3 or more objects? Like the guides in Photoshop tells you the distance between objects is same. Example in Photoshop:
  4. This is a really cool effect, was wondering how to achieve this in Affinity Designer. Could someone post a tutorial? Examples can be found on Google by typing "Plexus Effect" and heading over to the "Images" section.
  5. Contact affinityreturns@serif.com Look over here: https://affinity.store/en-us/help/and scroll down to "Returns and Refunds".
  6. Both the Photo and the Designer are on version 1.5.x and as said above, users will only have to pay for upgrades i.e. next you have to pay for v2.0. I don't think that v2.0 would come out so fast. I think it'll take at least 2 years. However, this is just my speculation.
  7. Both the Photo and Designer are very easy to use. You just have to understand the working of the tools in these software. As @Callum said, download the trial, watch the official tutorial videos from the staff and give it a shot. I'm sure you'll like it more and more as you use it.
  8. tanujboy


    Serif is a company and like every other company, it pays taxes on both the physical purchases and the digital downloads.
  9. tanujboy


    Because taxes and VAT of every country are different.
  10. They can be uninstalled just like any other program from Control Panel > Uninstall a program Then login to your Affinity Store account, and download them from here: https://affinity.store/en-us/account/downloads/ Assuming that you've bought it online.
  11. Now I do agree with you that tutorials are a way of showing off your skills but the point is still that they offer to teach you something.
  12. Oh, OK. Guess I have to take the long way now XD
  13. Right. I saw that before posting the previous post but ignored it for some reason IDK why XD
  14. Just as the title says, in Designer the divide function makes a fine line between the two divided objects. I think it's intentional but I'd like to get rid of the line. I know I can do it via the move tool but then I'd have to make some precise adjustments. A check box to disable the line would be a good addition. Or perhaps if an option is already there then please tell me where can I find it. Example - https://image.prntscr.com/image/ZsadZxvbSPuSIoDtZBBjJg.png

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