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  1. Thankyou Walt, quite a hassle, I thought at the least that if you kept all files and images in one folder and simply moved That folder into another one everything would be ok, I can accept that if you move the images this would need re-linking but I will not be doing that again. Joachim, you are right when you said: So the first file name (to know where to start) in the re-link dialogue would be handy. Ressource manager as a panel of its own as well. The name of the file to locate would be so handy.
  2. I moved a folder containing All the graphics and project material into another folder, in other words, I did not move the images independently to another destination. The files print with images intact. However, as you can see from screen shot, the images no longer dispplay their thumbnails in the folder, and I the UPDATE button is greyed out in the resource manager. Any suggestions please?
  3. Hallo Mick, I'm curious, How did you make a TIFF file with Transparency? This can only be done with png. I also encounter similar issues exactly as you described if I forget to delete the alpha channels from TIFF files when placing into Publisher. It's no problem since you don not need them but thought I would mention this.
  4. No fonts are supplied with AffPub. All fonts that are on your computer will be recognised by Publisher except for variable fonts.
  5. Hallo Wosven, I fully understand all this. However what is new to me is that last bit: But they won't be converted to different profiles while placing them in APub. Only when exporting your APub document so basically, in a nutshell, All Image colour profiles are un-affected and remain intact Regardless of the document colour profile. This doc colour profile is only important when exporting. Then this makes it all very clear indeed. This then leads me to another question, in the screen shot below (which is the PDF Export Menu). If I have a document with images in 3 different colour profiles and I de-select >Use Document Resolution> does this mean that each image will print in its own resolution? And secondly: If I select >RGB> and NOT >As Document> does this mean that each image will then print according to its own Colour Profile?
  6. Walt and Wosven, Hallo, I changed the Edit.Preferences.colour to adobeRGB, now when my doc opens there are obviously no changes, it stays in that profile. I opened another doc which has been in s'RGB and that also, contrary to an expectation, did not change either, despite altering my preferences. However, if my preference is set to s'RGB and I create a document with AdobeRGB, yes, then when I re-open it this document pops up with a warning that it has now changed my new document back to s'RGB. Hopefully this establishes what is happening. However, I notice the setting "Convert Open Files to Working Space" I have now de-selected that. Which is a problem really because if I import an s'RGB image into the AdobeRGB doc, well one can not increase a colour spectrum obviously, but hopefully being good quality images there should be no adverse effects in printing.
  7. Hallo Wosven, AAhhh, now that little option is extremely mis-leading to a photoshop user. I know this option and it really means when you import an image and the image is in a different work space than the document, this is how I interpreted it. Also what point is there in converting a document that is Empty and been assigned the adobeRGB space to then convert it? It is in my chosen work space, so I am a bit confused here. If I assign a new document with a profile, it should really stay in that profile when re-opening it surely? This box should apply to importing only?
  8. I spent 4 minutes staring at your message with a big question mark over my wine filled brain, then suddenly, without warning an electrical charge turned the question mark into a delightful 400 watt light bulb....
  9. Well that's true, but I do think the one with a white fill is slightly bigger, however a little bit of math equation and I worked out that mine would consume about 0.0005 picolitre of ink per square 0.1 mm, and yours would consume about 0.000004 Picolitre of ink per cubic 0.01 mm, further calculations, (this is really taxing my brain), based upon Prof. Gringe's quadratic law of christmosity (after factoring in the differential between the cubic and square results I obtained) results in a clear case that you are right by 0.0000025 picolitre of ink. More wine please...
  10. Here is my empty document that I keep saved as a basic template for Cards. Created and assigned with AdobeRGB but every time I open, it pops up a message saying that it has reverted back to s'RGB. I re-created the document anew, but still the same issue. A5_PortraitCard.afpub
  11. Are Bits of cheese or big bits of cheese? Yes but with a black line you won't know if the printed paper came out upside down now will you? Besides, the word YES in 16 font size will hardly break the cost? Or is it that Bank?
  12. I can not solve this but I would be certainly looking at a conflict between printer and affinity settings. Just take cheap paper, type the word yes in big letters on each sheet and then experiment with the settings, this is how I solved my problems with setting both the printer and affinity. Hope something works for you here.
  13. Thanks Walt. It is strange. I will make a new identical document and see what happens before bothering serif with an upload just yet. Did you also notice that I got the colour sorted on my other post? It really is a case of HP labelling functions that are both mis-leading and thoroughly not consistent with the colour policy definitions.
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