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Hello. I´m considering to switch from Adobe to Affinity. In my Adobe Suite I mainly only use Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator, Acrobat Reader PRO and Dimension. The first 3 Tools are generally covered by Affinity. But what are good alternatives for Acrobat Pro and Dimension? If I switch to Affinity and still have to pay for Acrobat and Dimension then this would make noch sense - financially. Has anyone found good alternatives? Regards Martin
HI How do you preflight your PDF files - if you don't have Adobe subscription anymore. I got pdf export settings from my printer, how can I import that into to publisher. I know I can see if there is anything wrong in the document preflight panel - but is that all I need.
I know that similar subjects were posted on this forum before in different places, but now when time to public beta of Publisher is near, I think it's good to remind this. To unleash the whole power of Affinity Range, we need proper pro printing tools, like good preflight, good colour management, ink coverage measurement... Simply, all what is industry standard for this kind of work. I think that all these tools should be quite similiar (at least at some major points) to Adobe products. (For now, people designing for example in AD, must also use Adobe Acrobat Pro, pdfToolbox or other software if they want to print something at pro standard - and to avoid money loss because of wrong printing results) And a quick question, because I saw in some general topics, that such tools, maybe will be introduced in Publisher, and then maybe will be transferred in future to AD and maybe Photo too. But I wanted to create recent, separate topic for this, because this is quite important. So.... maybe my feature request is now ready in some shape (in APub?) or at least You can say something more about this? I have seen video sneak previews for AD 1.7 and all features are awesome and I'm waiting for an update. Also I have of course seen APub short video preview but...it was short and there was nothing about printing features, but I think that this is very important for many of us here. To be honest, already I'm waiting with some shopping and other business decisions to see what you guys have prepared for us and I think that I'm not alone And after AD and APhoto I believe in you guys.