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  1. +1 i've got the same problem, it's very annoing.
  2. That's the point - from beggining i was talking about that relationship between images and gaps. It would be extremely useful for design interfaces, but I guess, that there is no real solution at the moment (without experiments ;)). Anyway - thank you for looking at my problem - that's great
  3. Thank you - that's sorts of idea! Unluckly that solution have one flaw - images loose their aspect ratio and it doesn't work for all time. But i will keep it in mind!
  4. Thank you for response. Unfortunatly it doesn't solve my problem. Checking that option doesn't make objects keeps fixed margins between them. I don't know if i can clearly express my mind in english, sorry for that. Imagine that Affinity works like CSS: Set 1200px flex container. Put in it 5 objects without fixed width. They fill all the space. Now you add 30px margins between objects. The container remains the same - only objects change their widths. If i want to change container width, it affects only children objects. Margins - like in css - keeps fixed 30px. I hope the image will show what i want to ask for:
  5. Hi, is there any way to keep distance between two or more objects, when I am transforming them? It would be very usable in UI design. Im talking about situation, when i have fixed width container and want to put in it 4 elements with 30px gap between them. Now, when i want to transform that group of 4 elements, they change width, but margin between them will keep that 30px. To be clear - i don't talk about auto distribute feature - i know about it, but it affects gaps width only, not objects themselfs.
  6. Hi, i am thinking about something what would be very useful for webdesigners. What about creating new text styles based on other with font size specifed by percents (or multiply)? For example: base font size: 16pt h6: 100% of base h5: 110% of base h4: 120% of base etc. Now we are able only to set sizes only with pt (or other units). That causes the problem when i change value of base font and i need to manualy calculate every other sizes and change it one by one. BTW - thats my first post, so welcome. Really love Affinity software, you're doing great job!