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  1. Any news on this topic? I too am waiting for linked tables.
  2. The word 'Embedded', was in relation to to the original conversation about 'Symbols' - I'd rather not get in a discussion about the validity of word-play in what is meant to be an open and helpful community - you can come down from your high horse now. Thank you Sir.
  3. It was not clear to me that a linked resource / file is treated in the same way as a linked image would be in publisher, in that, if it is updated outside of the original file I'd get a prompt from the resource pane that it has changed.
  4. @thomasoI'll hold my hands up and confess that I didn't know that you could use embedded .affinity files in this way. I've certainly learnt something valuable today. I'll re-think the way I manage my assets from now on and thanks for taking the time to explain it! BW Rob
  5. I create my logos in Designer, using my own folder structure, and then place them as linked in Publisher. Done. Not really. That involves too many additional steps and this request was to simplify the work process for Symbols, not make it more complex. Currently Symbols are easy to use and update (albeit with mixed results sometimes) as they are contained within the document file. The customer doesn't need to know that the file is stored globally, just that when they update the symbol in one document, when opening another document that uses the same symbol, it updates. This would be helpful in many ways when creating documents that rely heavily on a library of assets.
  6. I too would like to see this feature added. I'm sure the clever brains at Affinity could get this working well and it would be another killer feature. I'd expect it to be a little like resource management in that; When a document that contains a shared symbol that has been updated is opened, the user would be prompted to update to most recent symbol or detach symbol. How hard can it be - have you seen the progress that webflow has made over the last few years? I suppose the only hurdle that Affinity would have is that it would require somer kind of cloud system storage where the data relating to the status for the symbol (updated symbol or not) lives, and this could be expensive. However, this approach would open up another entire would of functionality such as being able to sync preference settings and assets between computers etc... Please, please, please, make this happen - Affinity, strive for greatness and show those oversized corporations how it's done! EDIT: I would be willing to pay a small monthly fee for this functionality - I think transparency is key, server space costs money... Finally – The Assets pane performs a completely different function from Symbols so don't know how this was added into the conversation!
  7. I'm also unable to use symbols due to this re-sizing bug. I have an object pasted-into / masked-by another object. When I check the sync button to un-sync the symbol and then adjust the size of the mother object, the children in all other instances of the un-synced symbol change size. Any fixes in the pipeline?
  8. +1. We have been waiting for this for far too long. Please implement this as website work is difficult without proportional corner radius. Instead of % please add pixel option! This has indeed been added. Well done Affinity!
  9. Yes, I agree. I think it has something to do with the way that Acrobat calculates the underline width across pixels, I sometimes notice a similar thing in web development displayed on HD screens. It looks like InDesign gets around this by adding a variable width for underlines which seems to help reduce the discrepancy. I ended up using a 0.7pt pen stroke, which is not perfect, especially in a 36 page document with linked text boxes, but as a temporary fix, it worked. The issue I have is that the U.S version of the doc is created in InDesign and because they have an option for variable underline thickness, they can get around this. However it does mean that my client has a direct comparison between their polished version and my slightly unpolished version.
  10. Apologies, that was the version I was working on to fix to issue using strokes. Not ideal, but they display well in Acrobat. I've replace the last version with a new one and have removed all other pages to help.
  11. +1 We need more options added for underlines. Further to this, I posted a report here:
  12. This is the page I'm having issues with. I'm using Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the PDFs, not the native os preview. Underline issue v2.afpub
  13. Hi Walt, They are both underlines. I've tested these as hyperlinks and they behave in the same way, which I expected as the hyperlink is only a style for the an underline. The font is OpenSans. I've tried a couple of different sets of this font, including the one packaged from the Adobe InDesign doc but they all show the same anomaly. No, it doesn't show-up in the native Publisher doc, only in exported PDFs.
  14. PDFs exported from Affinity Publisher display different underlines on the same page at different thicknesses as you can tell in my screenshot below. This doesn't happen when comparing an exact replica of the document exported from Adobe InDesign so that rules out the PDF viewer. I understand that no width adjustments can be made to underlines as they are a style attached to the font. I tried using 'Decorations', but they only relate to Paragraph styles, not character styles! Anyone found a way to fix this? Affinity Publisher Adobe InDesign
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