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  1. ⛔ “the icon size around the Affinity suite of programs is too small with no way to easily increase them”:
  2. So it is is not true that it is not true … But what is your secret? How do you achieve justified/centered text without changing the text? The only solution we xould imagine is “Text Wrap”, which is not really professional.
  3. You wrote that you are “inserting a non-breaking space”, which is a change. Impossible to achieve high-quality justified/centered text without changing the text.
  4. The opposite of designed text. Using a philosophy and not using design rules results in typographically unprofessional results. Even if you use a multiline composer.
  5. The opposite of designed text. Using a philosophy and not using design rules results in typographically unprofessional results. Even if you use a multiline composer.
  6. For those that did not read the Help: L—Length. Replaces Shear (S) when a straight line is selected using the Move Tool. Allows you to precisely adjust the line's length. The Anchor point selector changes its appearance for straight lines. And the workaround: You can measure curves in AD.
  7. Of course, because you could have read “with standard macOS preferences”. So retina perhaps does not really makes sense here for CaroleG and others: All UI Elements are too small on a 5k iMac.
  8. Just to get an idea how tiny things get with the standard macOS preferences on Mac 27″:
  9. A Mac mini is much better than an iMac because you can choose a screen that really fits.
  10. 1. all-in-one computer have some risks: what will happen if only the screen or the graphic card breaks down, … 2. the power consumption of a Mac mini (M1) is between 6.8 W and 39 W* … so much better for the earth 3. with a Mac mini you can choose the appropriate monitor or TV set *iMac between 33 W and 295 W
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