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  1. Hi Sean, thank you for the feedback. I understand the trickiness of these kind of lines but I guess if you want actual Adobe CC users to switch to Affinity Suite, they need at least to be able to reopen the documents they made before… As there's no InDesign file import available now, the only way to modify previous jobs is by opening the associated PDF files. And I think people won't make the switch until they are totally assured that their previous work won't be lost.
  2. Hi Affinity Team, hope you had a Merry Christmas! Here is an annoying bug remaining while opening PDF files containing spotted strokes circles: some spots are missing on left, top and right. This bug was present in Affinity Designer 1.6.1 and is also present in the last Affinity Publisher Beta release. Attached are the screen copy and the PDF file having the issue. Steps to reproduce: ------------------------------- • File->Open… menu • Select the PDF file (testPDF-ContoursPoints-V.pdf) and click OK HTH Kind Regards -- Frédéric testPDF-ContoursPoints-V.pdf
  3. Hi Chris_K it occurs on a brand new TOC as I didn't already have one in an existing file. Kind regards
  4. Please find the crash log attached. The crash occurred while editing a TOC texte style and trying to change the Tab stop leader from none to character. How to reproduce: Create a TOC with multiple entries Select Text tool Click on one of the TOC entries Edit one of the TOC Text Styles Click on Tab Stops Click on the Tab stop leader none zone displaying ( ) at the left of the down arrow to deactivate Click back on it to reactivate Click on the Tab stop leader none down arrow to select Tab stop leader character Et voilà !!! Seems not to happen when waiting some time (more than 1 min) between steps 7 and 8… Kind regards to all AP devs AP-1-7-0-145-20181013-1.txt
  5. Hi @Pauls, I totally understand that. :) My report was only focused on helping your development, not criticizing in any way. You're doing great job !
  6. Thanks @PatrickConnor, I'll proceed the same way for the next report… if there is one.
  7. Here is the debug info attached as : CrashDump-65094.txt Thanks for that so promising software! Go for it, we are ready to buy! Kind regards Fred CrashDump-65094.txt
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