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RickyO

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  1. I think this thread is touching on an area I've been just introducing myself to in the last couple of months; one that on the surface doesn't appear to be related to Affinity apps, but I believe could be (and maybe should be). It started with adjusting color on my monitors, only to discover an entire science focused on color correction starting at doc/image creation and running through final output, no matter what that output is. It entails camera correction, white balance, monitor correction, printer syncing including specificity for inks, toners, different paper types, online viewing devices (work stations, tablets, smartphones and whatever device they can invent by a week from Friday). Where it touches on Affinity is, I'm wondering if such correction/syncing/matching) couldn't somehow be better served if integrated into the early production apps, such as AP, APub, AG. Just another one of those strange ideas that keep wondering between my ears. Thanks.
  2. Thanks, very much appreciated. Looking forward to the results of all this work! R
  3. That works; but, could something more like Judy's method be added in addition to the steps you provided? Her thoughts/actions seemed more intuitive. Thanks!
  4. Just about one bit in your post: If anyone is still using Win98, or anything earlier than Win7 for that matter, I hope you consider the issue of your workstation being vulnerable to a host of security issues which not only affect you, but in some instances, everyone else your machine can connect to directly or indirectly. It's a matter of security; and when a previous version of an OS or even an application is dropped from being supported (as all Windows prior to 7 have been), it means no one is monitoring whether it is vulnerable to being hacked and used in hundreds of nefarious ways. Please, if you are using unsupported offerings, please update or replace. Thanks.
  5. Yes, I'm curious if Serif will add necessary interface for Windows AP. Loupedeck appears to have value.
  6. That would be my primary interest also. If anyone is tallying feature requests, put me on list for feature Blair mentioned. Thanks Blair.
  7. Thank you Ash. Looking forward to it. Remember, you know far more than we do, so please write them with the 'assumptive facts' included. As a rookie in so many areas, it can be rather frustrating to be following along only to stumble upon some information which is needed for understanding to have been left out, usually under an assumption that readers/viewers 'probably' already know it. Most times, we don't: that's why we are viewing the tutorial.... Thanks again. I know Publisher will be a great product, just as Photo and Designer have proven to be! RickyO
  8. Yes, I reviewed them all. Just hoping with time, more will be more in-depth, following on from forum questions and elaborating on those 16. Thanks
  9. YT or V channel would be great. The beginning tuts are helpful for someone like me who hasn't used InD or any comparable. As time goes on, would be helpful for more involved vids, maybe addressing each new option, and some addressing in more depth some of the already existing features/benefits/functionality/applications. I'm rambling, but I think you get the drift. Just a thought. Thanks.
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