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  1. Today I replied in another forum (ADS FormZ), with the suggestion that it is a good idea for AutoDesSys to work together with Affinity Serif to produce the best tools for users. As an architect I am working for more then 25 years with FormZ 3D modeller and use Affinity Publisher with great joy to produce my 2D drawings. This workflow is for me almost perfect and produces wonderful output thanks to Affinity Publisher. My post in the ADS FormZ forum can be read here: https://forums.formz.com/topic/6555-drafting-and-more/ Now, my suggestion to Affinity will there be an option to export to DWG/DXF in the future? or, it could be a win win situation for both company's when work together.
  2. Found out it has to do with Ligatures. When switching off, the word is written (Definitief) as expected.
  3. This is a bit strange; The word Definitief is automatically changed into Defi nitief in the text field.
  4. I know where to find, but it would be nice if the date takes the ones from the system preferences, or edit in Apub.
  5. In my Mac 10.14 system preferences I made my date like this: 2018.10.04, because I prefer. In Apub it is not possible to get the same output in the date field. Is it possible to change this?
  6. How can we use that information in the document? I would like to use a text box with some text variables in it, so it will update automatically when I change the file and save. Variable print date and filename is very handy.
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