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  1. definitely a feature request for me too - it's one thing which I'm really missing compared to Photoshop...
  2. thanks - I'm aware of these options but they are not really comparable with Photoshops 'Save for Web' option particularly without the preview facility which it offers which allows you to see what the resulting JPEG is going to look like....
  3. That's a shame - but I'm intrigued by the suggestion that there is a File>Export>JPG>Optimise sequence. I don't see those options on my iMac....
  4. Does Affinity Photo have an equivalent of Photoshop's 'Save for Web' option? - I find this a really useful facility and haven't managed to find an equivalent one stop way of optimising JPEG's in Affinity Photo...
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    Issue with justification - Publisher

    Thanks Walt - sorry I managed to post in the wrong forum - doh! As you suggest, my workaround was indeed to align left these two lines. @murfee - yes I've spent some time playing with the adjustments in the paragraph panel; without managing to get the result I wanted, but thanks for the suggestion.
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    Issue with justification - Publisher

    yes, it may look like that but I can promise you that I've not missed something as obvious as that - I've tried every permutation of justification. What I can't find is a setting which sets the width at which justification isn't applied. Can't think of the term but I'm used to having it in Word and in the old day Freehand. Just to prove the point here's what the same two lines with the setting which you suggest (Justify All) applied:
  7. I'm getting this horrible effect with left justified text. There should be (may be) a setting which prevents a short sentence being spread in this way, but for the life of me I can't find it within the Paragraph justification settings...
  8. Thanks MEB - that works; not sure what you mean by switch to the dark-edit interface? You guys rock - support is outstanding.
  9. Trying to use the 'edit with' option in Apple Photos to make use of Affinity Photo to edit my photos. I can get Affinity Photo to launch but not to write back the edited photo in Apple Photos - am I missing something?
  10. Thanks Dave I'd missed that - very helpful!
  11. Glad it's not just me - and I find that more often than not I can't find any such frames, which means either there's a false positive warning or I'm missing something - neither of which are good. It strikes me that one thing which would really help would be some kind of indication - perhaps on the border of the frame that there is overflowing/leftover text. Or even change the outline colour of the frame - perhaps to red to give another visual clue.
  12. If you attempt to save a document (Publisher) with overflowing text in one or more frames, you get a warning. But I haven't found a way to identify the offending frames? - is there a way? (other than just scanning through the (potentially very long) document....
  13. John Fleet

    Style name weirdness

    It's not happened again - and doesn't occur in a different document so it's all a bit odd - if I can reproduce it I'll come back to you! Thanks
  14. I renamed a paragraph style and now it appears in the style menu as white box- see below. The text is just readable as a faint grey colour. Is this a feature or a bug? If it's a feature how can I revert the display to the normal style?
  15. So two different ways of opening multiple documents. Haven’t tried the top option – haven’t spotted that as a child. So two different ways of opening multiple documents. Haven’t tried the tab option – haven’t spotted that as an option But so far I’ve not been able to drag and drop between open documents. Is there a way to do this?

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