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LeeL

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  1. Affinity Design on desktop machine (2013 iMac running OS 10.12.6 Sierra). I'm new to Affinity. Working only in vectors 'cause I don't know anything else, I create a sign that is 10.625" x 3.625" - see first photo. When I select the sign and copy it, then open a new document and paste it in, it comes in at a smaller size but in proportion. The artboards are the same size. / When I select "New From Clipboard" it comes in bigger (and measured in pixels, but that can be changed) but in proportion. If you're not paying attention and send out the wrong file it can be expensive.
  2. Umm, how do I turn off "Edit All Layers"? There is a stacked icon at bottom left of the Layers panel - when clicked on it does not seem to change. And just to pile on - I also feel that "locked" should mean "locked in location, in color, in nodes..." - pretty much how Adobe Illustrator does it. newbie / 2013 iMac running 10.12.6
  3. BrucieNB - did you find a way to lock individual objects? Is it similar to Illustrator, in that it truly locks the object and it cannot be affected by, for example, the node tool? ... Isolation mode is fine, but if everything else is invisible it is hard to make changes in your object except by trial & error. iMac running 10.12.6
  4. Same question, but on Mac. I don't see an 'uninstaller' in my Affinity Trial (or my 'Affinity Designer') application. Is it hiding somewhere, or on Mac does one just delete the 'Trial' application?? 2013 iMac / OS 10.12.6 (Sierra)
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