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Jeremy Bohn

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  1. Where did you get this information? I just migrated to a new system and was able to re-download Photo and Design from the Apple Store, both are version 1.
  2. I don't have time to dig through all the threads and find the exact post where they said it was coming in 1.x, but this post here did say it was coming after the initial release:
  3. Yes this is very frustrating, especially since they told us in this forum that "global layers" or something would be coming before version 2.
  4. Agreed. And there are some dialogs where it would be helpful if the first field were selected my default. That way you can just tab through the fields, adjust the numbers, press return when you're done, without your hands leaving the keyboard. The Effects dialog is one that comes to mind but there are many more where this would save time.
  5. Should be this: defaults write com.apple.screencapture disable-shadow true killall SystemUIServer From MacWorld
  6. This happened to me recently. Delete the apps (not the betas) from the Applications folder, reinstall and launch each of them. At this point, the beta worked for me.
  7. Did you try the 1.9.1 update released today? The beta version is a completely separate app, including settings etc.
  8. Well that's for Serif to figure out and I'm sure they can and will. Designer has the artboard concept that's not in the other 2 apps, I think? At some point each of the apps needs to deviate in places. Why hold back one app feature just because the other 2 can't handle it?
  9. Yes, that! In my work, I often have the same layers but different content on each page. Each layer sort of works as a "category". For example, a background layer and a content layer, which I find really helpful to lock the background down when I need to focus on the content (text etc) or vice versa. Someone else said it here but I'll repeat it - it's about structure.
  10. Exactly. There's no reason to re-invent the wheel here. Most items in the Layers panel are technically not even layers - they are objects. Then when you create an actual layer (it starts off blank) that layer should be global, and appear on every page. Adobe apps go a step further and actually require that objects be bound to a layer, but I don't think it's necessary.
  11. You can turn off the setting for using the command key to rotate the artboard. Check Preferences.
  12. The "colour picker" in the colour panel is not a tool, it just shows you the color that you've picked.
  13. You don't appear to be clicking on the color picker tool, that's why. The tool is in the toolbar on the left, third from the top.
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