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  1. Hi, I would like to be able to see intensity waveform, RGB parade, and Vectorscope chart simultaneously in my studio. This way, when I make an adjustment, I can see the impact on all three of them at the same time then having to toggle back and forth between each chart on scope panel.
  2. I am a newbie with Affinity and thought I would ask the group for your thoughts. I've been asked to create a marketing slick that will visualize data in a bubble format. We use Affinity for our marketing materials but I've never really touched it and am completely overwhelmed when I try to do anything in Affinity. I'm not a graphics person. I am pretty sure Word isn't going to cut but I also think Affinity might be overkill. Would you use Affinity for this type of task?
  3. It would be good to have a built in Charts and Graphs tool that would convert Table entry into such forms. Apple Pages has such feature for example.
  4. Pie tool could be hugely improved if there was the possibility to use percentages as angle unit. As it is now, you must calculate the angle [(360/100)*percentage value] So you need a calculator at hand (boooooring, slooooower). It could be acceptable, but problem here is that a lot of percentages (specially in investigation charts) result in values with decimals, and you cannot use decimals as angle value, it gets rounded. At the end, on a pie chart the circle is not complete as the different rounded values sum are always less or more that 360ยบ and you must adjust it by hand (to add to the lon
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