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I checked the specs of this new version of Publisher. There are many nice features in there. What seems to be missing is the export of a tagged and accessible PDF (PDF/UA). Also I don't see how I could publish a digital book (EPUB3) with this app. I really hoped for some competition for Adobe InDesign which is capable of such output. Even Word produces such accessible PDFs and EPUB (with WordToEpub plugin). With the output of Publisher still focused on print only I don't have many reasons to use it. All digital documents for governmental institutions and, within a few years in the EU, for many commercial companies as well, need to be accessible. Besides, I don't want to exclude anyone from using my documents. I don't mind if I need to do some extra work with a tool like Adobe Acrobat for PDF or Sigil, Calibre, Ace by Daisy for EPUB3, but now I need Word, InDesign or some other app to create the document or book when I really would have liked to use Affinity Publisher.
Total noob, just getting started. Using Designer on Windows laptop and I want to enlarge the screen fonts and tools. I searched help and read: To change the UI font size: Choose Affinity Designer>Preferences. Choose Edit>Preferences. Click the User Interface label. For Font UI Size, choose either Default or Large. See screenshot - that option is missing. Thanks.
I've found references confirming that Tagged PDF support is not currently available within Publisher. I'd like to know if these feature is on your roadmap and if so when you expect to be adding it. Tagged PDFs are very important for producing accessible content, which is an important consideration when producing items for sale. I was very excited to be learning this suite until I learned that I'm not going to be able to use it for my publications. Please respond to let me know the status of adding this feature so that I can plan accordingly. Shawn