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  1. Hi, With this post I would like to a feature request. It would be nice if we could backup and restore our settings. The backup files should be platform independent so it can be used to migrate settings between Mac en Pc. Thanks
  2. Hi, Please consider adding features which allows us to ... - Build PDF-forms. Allow us to add PDF form elements and controles - Add Javascripts which can interact with PDF form elements - Test and debug scripts from within Affinity Publisher Thanks
  3. If you notice an image which is distorted, and use the transform panel and percentages to change them, the image is resized, but the distortion remains. Using the transform panel you can't remove the distortion unless you know the original size...
  4. Again, I agree with Mike. Change the size to another value using percentages should be made more easy. If the "resource manager" is the main location to display all image related information, also this information should be displayed in the same window...
  5. I agree with Mike. A designer should have all the information available to them, easily displayed, allowing designers to use images in the best possible way, to make sure the client has the best possible result ...
  6. The "Placed DPI" column uses online one dimension. The information panel located on the right doesn't display actual size in DPI. Where is the "image info" panel located? Just another small detail: DPI should be replaced by PPI. DPI (Dots per inch) is only used for output devices (Printers, plotters, ...), and PPI (pixels per inch) is the default unit for resolution in graphic files ... :-)
  7. I don't think using math on each image, is user friendly way of handling this issue. By adding 2 extra fields next to the W and H fields in the transform pallet, displaying the actual percentage of the placed image, would be very very very usefull... And will solve all issues of users which would like to use percentages on images...
  8. Maybe yes. But what if you work in teams? There is no way you can be sure what you colleagues should have been doing....
  9. Hi, Indeed, using the Resource manager you can also check the resolution of an image. But it's only displayed in 1 dimension. If an image has been resized disproportionately, there is no way to check it. What is the default workflow to check for disproportionately placed images and to restore them to proportions?
  10. Hi, Does anyone how to how to import Excel / Libre Office / Open Office data as Tables? Thanks
  11. 43% of the total width or height of the size of the image. If an image has a width of 100cm, and you would like it be placed in Publisher as an image using a width of 43cm, the image should be placed as 43%. Knowing the images is placed in 43%, will allow us to quickly identify the potential of an image, allowing us to enlarge it again, if required.
  12. Hi, Does anyone know how to resize a picture frame, keeping the original picture size, allowing users to manually select a specific part of an image? How to move a image inside a picture frame? Thanks
  13. Thanks for the quick response. This seems to work. Not preserving the percentages entered in the text fields is very frustrating. I hope this will get fixed in the final release...
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