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  1. I have a CMYK document with a light 20% grey. Whenever I export it to PDF the grey gets converted to a muticolot grey. I have tried setting the color settings to fogra 39 and or tried to set PDF Export conditions to X-1A - but non of this is showing any diffrence. How can I avoid this? Tim grey.afpub grey.pdf
  2. Please add this option to the export dialogue (file > export): Name the file to be exported by the name of the selection (usualy an artboard or a layer). (I believe the "export persona" does this)
  3. I tried to create some shortcuts for me. In the preferences tab I entered "Command + Alt + Y" for the "Join Curve" command – only to see that is already in use (little warning sign). After chosing a different shortcut I switched back to my document and found that my lines looked weird. I found out, that the "Command + Alt + Y" command changes the view to pixel mode. I guess this could be optimized.
  4. Yes - this makes totaly sense. Thanks for pointing this out, in case it happens to me in the future.
  5. Sorry – I probably messed around with some font settings. I opened a new document and the problem was gone.
  6. Hi MEB, I noticed the paragraph leading on the far right, yes. But I like to have near the font size, because it is one of basic first things to enter (font -> size -> leading ... (Tab -> Tab -> Tab)).
  7. I noticed diffrent font sizes in connected text frames - which I expected to be the same. I dragged open a framed text filled with text overload. After that I clicked the "connected text" triangle and dragged open another textframe and let the text flow in. But the text in new text frame is smaller than the one in first frame – although it is indicated that the size is all 12 pt. I tried different fonts - same result. This also happens with filler text. It doesn't happen when you add a column to a text frame ... Affinity Publisher beta 1.7.0.128 on a mac
  8. I find it irritating that there is o leading option next to the point size in the top menue. Cheers,Tim
  9. Same with a slider to fine tune justification. It stays on top – even right now, as I am writing this post, it's front of the browser window :) I can even change the values from here.
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