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  1. @TedThompson Hi. Try View > View Mode > untick Clip to Canvas. That should do it.
  2. Thank you, @GarryP - just a little question though; is there a non-microsoft store version on the horizon?
  3. I have to completely agree. Also ability to drag and drop files from finder/explorer directly to the batch job dialog would be ux-wise decision.
  4. Hi @BiteMe, welcome to the forums. You first have to click the DEVELOP button to develop the photo, then you'll be taken from the develop persona to the photo persona where you can use rest of the tools like mentioned frequency separation and/or other tools within other AP personas. Hope this helps.
  5. Well, double-click to open and instantly close the flyout (so it's focused, then the scroll-wheel works). This is how it behaves on Windows, I haven't used Affinity on my Mac for a while (on my Mac, I'm still on ACC).
  6. Hi @15cv88, welcome to the forums. Yes indeed. If you want to use Photo or Designer personas (aka Studio Link) in Affinity Publisher, you need to have corresponding applications installed.
  7. @amul I just double-click the blend mode flyout, then use mouse scrolwheel to cycle the blend modes (as it instantly shows the blend mode preview same as hovering over the items in the flyout). It's not a keyboard option as requested, but quite fast imo.
  8. It seems that global layer system is currently considered and might be added in future... And that is, I believe, what @hudson2800 is requesting.
  9. Hi @elk, try to browse @James Ritson's Affinity Colour Management article. It might help.
  10. Many people requested this (and more) back in September 2020, when @MattP asked users to post optional extra requests for the feature that was just in beta back then. No response, I guess the requests weren't interesting enough ๐Ÿ˜‰
  11. I think you're missing the point here, @Mithferion ๐Ÿ˜‰ The way AI handles overprint is object (property) based while in Affinity it's colour-based. The object oriented system is imo way more logical, you could easily want to overprint the same colour at one place of the document, while having it knocked-out in other part. Overprint preview is a must also, without any doubts... Also, it's not that easy to handle colour swatches in Affinity compared to AI - you can't work with multiple colour swatches at once, and you also can't switch Spot color checkbox anymore, once you've created a Spot color swatch, you can't turn it back to CMYK (or other colour model). The only, and very counter-intuitive way is to create a new swatch, then Select > Same Colour, then change the swatch, later deleting the spot-colour swatch. What a UX I'd say...
  12. @Chris B Hi, the issue still present in 1.10.x. It happens when Preferences > Tools > Smallest is set. The worst thing is that if you want to use the handles while zoomed in, you have to hit the precise pixel in the middle of the handle (and that's nearly impossible). Also, may I ask you to move this thread back to https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/forum/78-photo-bugs-found-on-windows/? so it's not easily missed, as it still affects the current version, and not just pre-1.9 versions? Thanks in advance for looking at it.
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