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  1. I have linked an image in my  document.

    I close the publisher file.

    I edit and change the original linked image.

    I open again the publisher document.

    The image does not update automatically.

    I must go to  Resource manager and manually click in "UpDATE" 

    I have checked the "Automatically update linked resources when modified externally" option in Prefences panel.

     

    What is wrong?

    Jokinb


  2. I ´m printig  in affinity photo, in the print menu I select:

    1. the program control the color
    2. I use the Epson IJ printer 07 icc profile
    3. I select relative colorimetric
    4. I disable the printer driver’s control of colors

    I print the same picture in Affinity Photo and in Photoshop but the results are completely diferents. In Photoshop I get a clear and good print. In affinity photo I get a dark print. I use the same configuration in both programs.

    I have test with relative and absolute colorimetric and the result is in both case is  dark in Affinity (  There seems to be no difference between the two colorimetric types in Affinity).

    In photoshop the absolute colorimetric print a dark picture but the relative colorimetric a correct image.

     

    Jokin

     

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  3. Affinity photo and designer in the Desktop version.

    With the color picker tool ( tool bar) only the secondary color is changed. 

    If I´m painting with the brush tool and I want to select another color in the canvas, I must:

    1.-  select the color picker tool (I short key) ( then the secondary color is selected in the color wheel, so the color that will pick the color picker tool   will be the secondary color)),.

    2.- drag to select a new color,.

    3.-select the brush tool (I shortkey) (then the primary color is focused in the color wheel and the secondary color will pick the new color). 

    4.- Exchange the primary and  secondary colors .

    5.-Paint now.

    A lot of works.

    The most logical thing would be for the color picker  tool to change the primary color directly.

     

    In the Ipad version there is not this problem

    I am doing something wrong?

    
     

  4. In the new version of Affinity Designer (1.7.367) in the pixel persona it is not posible to draW anything with the stylus. I can select tools, menus  but any brush stroke is not registrered. (doesn´t draw anything with the Paint brush tool)

    I can draw with the pixel tool

     

    In Designer persona it works ok

    It works fine in Affinity Photo. (1.7)

    It works fine in the Affinity Designer customer beta.(1.7.0.367) 

    I have uninstall and install again . The same problem.

     

    What is the problem?

     

    NOTE: finallly solved The Protect Alpha was checked.

    Sorry


  5. Yes there is a bug. If you edit the stroke  pressure curve (adding a center control point to the graph) you can not draw again a  dotted line  with the pen and pencil tool. It works with the brush tool.

    If you create a new document, this pressure curve grahp has not been changed and it will work. But in an old document  if this graph has been changed,  it  will not work

     

    Jokin

     


  6. In the help documentation is said that a node in the curve adjustment can be deleted by "Click to select a node and then press the Backspace key to remove it.".

    When I press the Backspace key the Curve window is closed and is deleted the adjustment layer just created.

    How can I delete a curve´s node?

     

    Jokinb

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