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  1. I know a lot of people don't really use Microsoft Publisher as their DTP software, but a couple of my clients do. They are primarily schools and educators. A lot of the teachers and school administrators I work with only have the Microsoft Office suite of tools to work with. So the document they send me are usually done in Office formats. I do have Microsoft Publisher installed, but it would great if I can directly open .pub files in Affinity Publisher. It would also be the best if I could open Powerpoint files in either Designer or Publisher, but I want to limit my feature request for now to just settle for MS Publisher in Affinity Publisher. Cheers, Brian
  2. I made a case for this in the Beta forum and I'm not sure if it will get implemented on this release (1.8). Hopefully in 1.9 or 2.0 so keep pushing for it, because we all think it's a necessary change, but the developers might beg to differ. Here is the archived thread:
  3. I'm not sure if this is a bug or a feature request, so please forgive me. When you select multiple image layers and then you right+click to rasterize them, it should rasterize all selected image layers. Instead it only rasterize the first layer you picked in the selection. (see attached).
  4. When you do a clone via ALT+dragging an object and then pressing undo, will undo the move but does not undo the cloning. So it's easy to miss that you now have a clone on top of the original. *** I'm using Designer 1.6.4.104
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