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  1. Hello Affinity Folks, I have no idea if I am positing this in the right place so I can only hope so. I don't see a "suggestions for a NEW product" option so I am putting my suggestion here. As I have seen, many people are asking for PDF Form creation and many are asking for it to be incorporated into your existing products. I personally would RATHER see affinity create their own version of LiveCycle. Here is why. If you were to create this software, you could not only make it robust and compatible to all your other software, but it would not be a convoluted mess in code compared to
  2. How does a person Cancel a process that they started but realized, as it is in progress that they wanted to cancel it (for whatever reason they have)? I have hit the "Esc" key and that does not do it. Thank you
  3. Well, at least I can see it is not just me. Mac OS 10.11 (El Capitan) Affinity Designer 1.6.1 Repeating a request from someone else. A cancel button would be nice, or even better, how about an override capability using the ESC key like the Adobe Products did (or at least used to do). I loved that aspect of the ESC Key being a total "Override everything that is going on" and stop processing whatever your doing" option. In the past, it was a great time saver because it stopped me from having to force quit. Something that really sucked when I forgot to save before the sticky situat
  4. It would be very cool if Affinity could design some OPTIONAL Plugin's for the Fine Artists that are working digitally now. Corel Painter is cool and there are so many others that are also available of course, but a one stop shop always makes life easier. It would be very cool if Affinity were to start creating Plugins that people could download if they are interested in the Fine Art look. There are a lot of people that have no reason to clutter or grow in complexity their software. They are happy with the photo editing, etc. But then there are those of us that boot up Corel Painter (or similar
  5. One more sample where I dropped some Red into it. I also did a shot that shows what the Affinity Photo window has going on. As you can see, when I go SLOW it works well but takes a lot to work that slow. When I work with some sense of speed, it does it. The faster I go the worse it gets. I never saw this happen with photoshop and so I figured it perhaps has not been taken into account yet to be reviewed and fixed.
  6. Smudge Brush Problem I am seeing a replication like moire pattern effect showing up when I use the Smudge Brush on my mac. I have attached an image that I drew some stuff on and then Smudged. If I go SLOW it still does it, just not as strong. The pattern is just closer, but it still shows. I tried it using a stylus XP-Pen Deco-01 with updated drivers. I also used a standard mouse and a track mouse. All of them create the same issue. I am on a Mac Pro OS 10.11.6. Affinity Photo 1.6.7. What is happening OR is this something that just has not yet been addressed?
  7. This is definitely something that needs to be added. I use 3D software to help in composition of art. I don't use the 3D software for hardcore realism, but to get the layout and views I want when composing. In addition I do it with whatever free 3D software I can find (currently Bryce, Blender, and Sketchup 7 & 8) since I don't need all the bells and whistles to rationalize the thousands of dollars costs to use other more extensive software. In my case, on my mac, I often create my vector art with Illustrator (hopefully permanently Affinity Designer soon). Then I save it as a DWG
  8. Oh, I was just using Word as a basic example because it is so extremely popular. I figured, the popular software tends to be the initial starting point for what people will be looking for in other software. Standard typing stuff that is. No hardcore page layout capabilities.
  9. Yep, they do. I see the font size change as well as the Tracking. Thanks. Looking forward to the future when Affinity Designer incorporates these "Tricks" in to their software like QXD, Illustrator, MS Word, etc.
  10. Oddly enough, if I copy a bit from my Illustrator file and I just type over the letters, putting the needed cap where the cap is and then the rest typing up normally, it continues to keep the font as a small cap font. So, basically, that's tricking the system?
  11. Oh and MikeW. I have no idea what "AD" is. I have the "Typography" showing where I can choose the Small Caps along with other stuff like Super Script, etc. I typed the word "Test" and used a variety of fonts to see if they worked and so far, they are doing just fine. So let me go look to see what font type (extension) the Charlemagne font has. Just a few seconds... Looks to be an .otf font. Does that make the difference?
  12. The current font I am working with is "Charlemagne Std". At least, that is what the Font name Affinity shows.
  13. I was working on a project that I initially created in Illustrator. I am trying desperately to leave Illustrator behind, and as such, I am of course working with what I have. Well, I have most of the text in my document is using Small Caps, but I find that Affinity Designer does not seem to create small caps with all the fonts I have used. Illustrator does, and so I was wondering if this is a bug? Kinda of a, "Hey, isn't Small Cap's supposed to work with all the fonts if the fonts in question have both standard text and capital letters?". I honestly don't know if this would be
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