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  1. OK, thank you for that tip
  2. Thank you MEB. That's a shame. Such a great facility
  3. In Affinity Photo, when in the Develop Persona it has the facility for 'split and mirror view. When I switch to Photo Persona it disappears and I am unable to see it anywhere. Am I missing something? Sorry if this has been asked before (I'm sure it has) but I am unable to find the thread. I feel it would be better if these forums were split into Photo, Designer, Publisher.
  4. Thank you Cineman and MikeW for your replies. It's difficult or rather impossible, for us 'testers' to know what is finished and what isn't
  5. Sorry jamessouttar, as far as I am concerned that is a bodge of an answer. When setting up a new document I expect to set the size, pages, facing, columns, margins, bleed and slug in one go. I would also expect to set set the bleed in one side and all the others to match. Unless I missed this, I had to put in all four separately. As yet I have never found the requirements of any work I have done to have separate bleeds for different sides. When I work on a document, I want to see the bleeds. I don't expect Affinity Publisher to have all the features of InDesign, that would be unfair but do expect something as basic as this.
  6. I have found the Bleed setting under document set up but when applied I can't see them. How odd.
  7. Yes, there are five sliders for lens correction but as Jeremy153 I was expecting a drop down menu with my lens listed, as in Adobe Lightroom. My first disappointment with this excellent software.
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