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  1. 1. Put a text frame on a master page. 2. Go to layout pages and start typing in the created text frame. 3. Start editing your typed text and try to drag and drop it. You’ll fail.
  2. I tested your file once again right now and nothing wrong happened. If I were you I would either reset preferences or reinstall the app (same last build). But keep in mind that with the first option (resetting preferences) you’ll lose all your personal settings. Or wait for a moderator to respond to you.
  3. It does not matter. Both programs have the same core. I just opened your file in the Designer: to the same effect. Nothing wrong with the performance.
  4. I opened your file in the latest Affinity Publisher: everything works like a charm. No edits caused the sequences that you described. Though my comp is less powerful than yours.
  5. Of course it is. https://store.serif.com/en-us/update/windows/designer/1/
  6. Super! That is what I needed. Thanks a lot!
  7. Great! Thanks! My fault
  8. Point Transform tool is missing in a tool bar.
  9. When you duplicate the page with inlined (pinned) objects on a text path, you get a mess. The procedure is as follows: 1. Create a path. 2. Make it a text path. 3. Create any shape on the page with any shape tool. 4. Copy this shape to clipboard. 5. Paste this shape on a text path multiple times as an inlined (pinned) objects. 6. Duplicate this page. 7. Get a mess.
  10. If to make changes to linked document inside Publisher, and then try to embed this changed linked document, it loses all changes previously done.
  11. But that is not what designers and artists expect. And aging Adobe Illustrator knows that and does it as we expect it. Why wouldn’t Affinity take the best from it?
  12. Hi, Gabe. I draw a line with a Brush tool. Then i keep it selected by means of a Move tool. Then i change it’s stroke width to my liking. After this I apply to that path a new brush from the Brushes Studio, which ruins my previous stroke weight adjustment. Try to perform the same actions in Illustrator and you'll see the difference, (provided you applied the same brush type - scatter, art and so on).
  13. Thanks for your reply. What i meant is as follows: 1. Draw a line. 2. Assign a brush #1 to it. 3. Tune up it’s stroke weight (doesn’t matter through which menu). 4. Apply to this line brush #2. 5. All previous weight tuning is gone! That is a problem, which is not available in Adobe Illustrator.
  14. Af. Designer’s Brushes Studio doesn’t respect previous brush stroke size. When an artist fine tunes a stroke size and then is going to apply another brush to it for comparison, the stroke size returns to the default one of a new brush.

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