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  1. Sure, but the trick is to take what's best from both sides. I'm not an Adobe fan but i think replacing images is more intuitive as they have it in indesign. If you drag it on top. it will get replaced, if you drag it on the side you get a new image. Two different things with just one click. While in publisher you have to make a frame first so that's double the work.
  2. Not so sure about that. Because indesign users will start to drag and drop their images on top and will expect a replacement.
  3. Layer > Convert to Picture Frame Yes. This is useful. I can place an image, crop it, position it, and if i decide to change it I convert it. Still a slight inconvenience when I decide to change it. Since I have hundreds of images that change all the time it's hard to know which one has a picture frame and which one hasn't when I want to replace it by drag and drop. And I cannot select all the images from all the pages and convert them, I have to do it page by page. Thanks for the help though, I hope the software developers will take this issue into consideration.
  4. So here's the problem: I cannot make a clear choice about the position and the size unless I see the actual image. So it's more user-friendly to have the image with the frame at the same time.
  5. Is it possible, when I place an image, to have also the frames at the same time?
  6. OK, I see, So then the only thing missing is to have the resource manager as a regular panel like the ones found in View-Studio. Maybe without having a preview image on the right because it occupies too much space...
  7. And how can I add a container to an image already placed in the document?
  8. Hi, When I drag an image from a windows folder on top of an existing image in the document, it should replace the existing image instead of placing the new one on top. It's more useful when working with many images and keeping track of them.
  9. I also need a proper Links Panel, where I could scroll trough all of them, probably see on which pages are they placed, the file name, etc. When I click on an image in the document the file should also be highlighted in this Links Panel. The file name should show up somewhere when I click on a linked image in the document. Maybe next to the "Replace image" button?
  10. Hi, In Photo. For example: I have a few layers, and I want to match the brightness of one of them to the one below. But when I use the brightens adjustment, I have a preview for all the layers. So I can't see the difference between the one I'm adjusting and the one below while I'm adjusting it. Is there a way to preview the adjustments only for the current layer? Many thanks!
  11. Hi, I'm using Affinity Photo on a surface book in tablet mode (without keyboard). Is there any way to continue last stroke without using the Shift key? Thanks!
  12. I will try to rephrase: When I draw curves with the pen layer, for each curve that I draw affinity photo creates a new layer. As you may see in the screenshot attached. How do I prevent the new layer to happen and draw all the curves in just one layer? I have a few (pixel ) layers and the curves end up being in (curve) layers. New Layer will create a new (pixel layer).
  13. I have pixel layers so the new layer becomes pixel automatically. how do i change from pixel to regular layer? thanks!
  14. hello, when i use the pen tool is it possible to have all the curves in the same layer? right now it creates a new layer for each curve, and i end up with too many layers. thank you!
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