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  1. Hi, Tried looking into the forums and I don't think I'm finding what I need. What I want to do: export a PDF file with buttons where if you click, it plays a short audio file. What I have tried: Right click on an object, go to "Interactive", then click on "Insert Hyperlink...". Then, choose choose "File" as the "Hyperlink Type", and put a check for "Include File for Export". Finally, I choose path of file. When I export the PDF, this does not seem to work. The expected behavior of any interactive PDF would be to simply play the file. However, my PDF from Affinity Publisher 1. attempts to open a link on my browser, 2. the url in my browser is roughly the local address to the file I've chosen. If anyone could help me with which buttons I'm supposed to click, that'd be awesome
  2. I've seen discussions about inserting media files into a document with Publisher and I'm assuming it's still not possible to include an audio file. As a workaround, I'm thinking about just inserting a hyperlink to a standalone audio file in the cloud. The only downside is that the viewer would have to deliberately click the hyperlink, ie there is no way to make it execute when a page is opened. What do you think about that or do you have any other suggestion. Thanks!
  3. after buying AFFINITY last week i did my 3rd artwork first made with apples pages .. then import to AFFINITY .. then export as PNG
  4. after buying AFFINITY last week i did my 1st artwork
  5. after buying AFFINITY last week i did my 2nd artwork http://instagram.com/p/wXREjViSHo/
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