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  1. Hi! From one specific customer we got some pictures (tif with RGB 64 float samples) - if we try to open them in AP 1.9.2, AP chrashes without any reaction. If needed, I can provide one of this pictures. BG, Martin
  2. For sure, but this should demonstrate "my" issue. We often have to place some advertisments on a coloured or patternd background. Therefore, the placed pdf must have a white background. So we have to do your workaround about 20 to 80 times in each newspaper. Thats annoying. Another little thing why I cant cancel my RedA-subscription. ๐Ÿ˜ž
  3. now Iยดm sad ๐Ÿ˜ฅ - that is some extrawork in these fast-moving times. this background-feature is a often needed feature in creating newspaper-layouts
  4. Thank you @walt.farrell for this hint, but its not 100% working. See the screenshot, its working for the border - but sadly not for the background. It seems that the PDF keeps it transparencys. In the sample there is a shadow applied. Only the box should drop a shadow, not the elements inside the picturebox.
  5. Hi! Isnt it possible to give a placed PDF-file a border and/or a background in Publisher I have to do a workaround by droping a (white) rectangle behind the placed PDF. But this is very timeconsuming and not handy. Choosing a border and a backgroundcolor on the marked PDF-box is not working. Nothing is happen. Thanks for any hints. Martin
  6. Usage of ADesigner 1.9.1 I want to export a CMYK-File and I want that the exported PDF contains a spotcolor. I tried several possibilities - but the goal is not reached. The exported PDF contains no spotcolor, the export is converted to CMYK. Here are some pictures: I choosed the spotcolor for this circle I choosed "honor spotcolors" in the exportsettings Here is the result, shown in Adobe Acrobat in the Preview-Panel: there is no spotcolor. The colorvalue of CMYK displayed by PitStop.
  7. Thank you for the explanation! Now I can at least understand what the thoughts were for the function and it makes really sense. Nevertheless, handles that scale both at the same time would be like Christmas and Easter on the same day. ๐Ÿ˜
  8. thank you @Wikkiwhite for this tip - its useful! But not the hoped-for solution so that you can scale the object from all sides.
  9. Hm - multiple layers? Can you please describe in short words to to grab multiple layers?
  10. I use the frame text. I've just noticed the second handle on the bottom right corner. With this I can also scale the content. But I find that very limiting. Is there also a way to scale the content using the other handles? Thanks for any advice!
  11. Hi! How can I scale text boxes together with their contents (ADesinger and APublisher)? When I scale using the handles, only the box scales - the font remains as large or small as it is. Thanks for answers!
  12. Upload is done. Thank you for working on this thing.
  13. If you have many pages in one document and you want to start the pagination at a high number, there is a fault in the pagination if you use the thousend-seperator. without the point, all is well. A error message on using a point would be nice. This can save money ๐Ÿ˜ฏ
  14. For a better review on which document is exactly on screen, there should be a broader "Status"-field on the top. The existing solution doesnt expand on its possible maximum. Besides it should have a "reveal in finder"-function like in many other apps. If you right.click on the file, there should dropdown a locationlist or show a contextmenue link downwards:
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