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  1. simonblund

    Linux. Seriously now.

    I'm just going to leave this comment here. I currently work with a company in which the entire development team uses linux (including me) and this seems to becoming more and more the usual these days. I need to use Affinity Designer a couple of times a week and I'm fine with using it in a VM but everytime I boot that VM up just for doing some small changes it feels like a waste of time. Since the company more than happily payed for the Affinity licence and a licence for Windows 10 just so I would be able to do small changes I don't think they'd mind paying a small premium for getting that program for Linux instead. I don't think any sane person would mind paying more for the same product for their more niche OS. Then again I'm more developer than designer.