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  1. Hello, forum. I just recently bought Affinity Designer and I am hoping to make the full transition from Illustrator soon. :) I am trying to make a logo for a friend and I am using the Text tool onto a circle. The little triangle handles allow me to manipulate the text to write either on the outer or the inner part of the circle, except for just one letter. As you can see in picture 1, as I get the handles nearer together, the text goes into the inner part, which is what I want, but then the 'G' stays in the outer rim, and no matter how close I get one handle to the other, it just stays there (picture 2), and if I pass the first handle, it pops right back to the outer rim (picture 3). I can work around this easily by converting the text into paths, but it is pretty annoying, especially when working on rough drafts and the sort. I hope this gets fixed soon. Cheers.
  2. Hi, I'm wondering if anyone has found out how to easily make isometric circles or ellipses in Affinity Designer? In Illustrator, I could draw an isometric side of a cube, and use Effects > Stylize > Round Corners and set the value to max. When using the Rounded Corners tool in Affinity, it doesn't seem to product the same results. Any ideas? Thanks!
  3. If I have a circle, and I want to delete half of it - to create an arc (i.e. the circle is no longer closed), how can I do that ? :-) I've tried convert to curves, thinking this may stop it from closing. However every time I delete a point, a new curve is generated between the two open points. Any ideas ? Is there a check box somewhere to not close end points ? Thanks Gary
  4. Hello. You've been very helpful so far. I'm almost done with my logo. I want to make the center of my logo look like a round window. That white cog would be the window frame. I want to add four white triangles to represent window panes and I want the outside of the triangles to perfectly align along the radius of the window. I've added two files for you to inspect. How do I do that?! Teach me! Thanks. Hub Edge Realty - Logo (20151007).pdf Hub Edge Realty - Logo, Edited (20151007).pdf
  5. Hello. I just bought Affinity Designer today. To say that I'm inexperienced at this type of stuff would be an understatement but I'm a relatively quick learner. I've watched a ton of videos last night and today. I'd like to create a three letter monogram in a circle. I hired a designer to make a logo but I'm unhappy with his work. And you know what? I want to learn something new. I've attached his latest design and I like it, mostly, but I feel like the lettering is lazy. I'd like to manipulate the letters so that they fill the circle but I don't want to distort the font so that it's unrecognizable. Can you give me some tips? Thanks!
  6. When I used Gimp you could resize the circle selection using four transform nodes. Can you do this in photo or designer? <iframe width="420" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/iq6ldk58aKE?rel=0"frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
  7. Hey guys, I'm making an origami book, I want to make a vector line that show the guide to follow the instruction steps, but I want to make it has circle or other shape with loop instead of just normal bold vector line. How to I do it in Affinity Designer? If I want to make an shape different in the loop like 1 triangle shape after 5 circle shape, can I do it? Please let me know as soon as possible! I have been download the Affinity Designer trial to make my book, just started using it, still a bit aliens to it! If you like to help my book, you can help me by fund me at my fundraiser page to buy this app and Affinity Photo to make my book! Link: https://life.indiegogo.com/fundraisers/help-chin-to-buy-apps-to-make-his-first-book/x/10397640 Thanks!!!!
  8. Hi, I am extremely disappointed. I spent many hours in explaining what was made wrong in development of the Text Path tool. No results. Now it is going public. e.g. characters (small i) on a circle are not positioned vertical (see picture 1). The result is unprofessional. Even much cheaper apps do it properly (see picture 2). The characters are turned incorrectly and result in rubbish. In picture 3 (comparison with correct results of a cheap competitor app) you can see how big the problem is. With serif typeface and different characters it is getting unusable. When will it be fixed?
  9. I realize that this is getting nit-picky but with claims of over 1,000,000% zoom this is a problem. I created a circle and inscribed a 16 point star. When zoomed in I could see that the points at 0, 45, 90 degrees, etc. matched exactly. But those 22.5 degrees off these were not touching. As long as I was zoomed out the difference didn't show. At a million zoom there was a 6" mismatch on a 27" screen. Measurements showed that it is the circle that is not quite round. I made several test drawings and found all to have this issue. The attached drawing shows my original drawing (actually half my original). And the star points and circle when zoomed to 100,000%.
  10. I was mucking around with some layer styles and came across an issue when applying an outline shadow with a circle. It seems the shadow gets cut off at each end/furthest side of the circle. See below: 0.3 px radius - shadow cut off at top 0.5px radius - shadow CUT-OFF at top 5px radius - WORKS FINE.
  11. Is there a way to draw an object (eg. square/circle/trangle etc.) as a vector by default? It's a bit unhandy that I need to convert it to curves everytime I want to modify it's form...
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