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Everything posted by AnGwer

  1. Yes, but my point is is for the developers to consider making all fonts embedded when exporting PDFs for web the default ...and only uncommon fonts an option.
  2. When exporting as PDF for web it is default to only embed uncommon fonts. I have recently exported a file for web using Arial and, when viewing on iOS devices (possibly Android also), the "i" is missing each time it is after an "f" ...a kerning issue. Before, I only noticed that it effects font styles, but this is annoying. Couldn't it be default to embed all fonts in this situation? Otherwise I need to remember to switch it in the extra settings on export.
  3. Ah, I have been checking it with EPS version of the image placed. Now it works with PDF, Thank you.
  4. I have no such options whatever I select or don't select in the layers panel. It is clearly missing from my version.
  5. That makes no sense to me because this option I do not have is related to picture frames. I do not have the 'box' options in the context bar whether a picture frame is selected or not.
  6. No, I have the layer selected as you suggest and there are no such context items. The document is also boxed when placing direct without a picture frame. Only with PDF format however. Perhaps this option is not yet available on the Mac version if you are using PC.
  7. Thank you. I have restored default Toolbar. However, even when a picture frame is selected (as in my previous attachment) I still do not have these 'box' options on my context bar.
  8. That would be very useful, but I don't have a lot of things I see on your context bar. Why is my context bar so lacking? I am up-to-date with the beta upgrades. The text wrap icon is also missing from mine since the last upgrade.
  9. When placing a PDF (advert) with bleed and crop marks, Affinity Publisher only places the file as cropped. Is this intentional? This is very unexpected and I can see how it can be useful in some situations. However, It is far more useful to me to have the bleed and crop marks showing. I have only been able to resolve this by converting the file to eps.
  10. Thank you Sean P. I have resolved the issue by changing the settings to embed all fonts on export. The problem font was Georgia. Apparently it is a common font but the bold and italic versions don't seem to be on my iPhone. Now I am happy all aspects of the PDF will be previewed correctly on all devices. I attach the PDF anyway. AnGowsvaGwaf2018.pdf
  11. I have discovered this only seems to happen when I export the file for web. Cannot see the correct Italic, bold or bold italic font when viewing on devices without the font on its system.
  12. I have exported a PDF file from an Affinity Publisher Beta project and discovered some of the fonts (i.e. Georgia Bold and Georgia Bold Italic) have not embedded correctly into the file, yet other fonts have. I do not usually have problems with these fonts elsewhere. Are there still issues to sort in the Beta concerning exporting of embedded fonts?
  13. Thank you all. Two finger click on icon works well for me.
  14. As explained in the "Master Pages" tutorial, with MacBook Pro and no mouse, I cannot right click to apply master pages. Not even by holding ctrl key. Is this menu available in an alternative way, or is this a technical glitch?
  15. Could it be made possible to decrease the width of the Pages/Assets window on the left to increase the space of the main canvas? This would be so that each thumbnail spread would be on top of each other.
  16. Could it be possible to place linked PDF files (e.g. adverts created by third parties) without the need to have their embedded fonts on your system to display and export correctly?
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