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  1. Sorry for the adobe-esque question but years ago, I was able to go in to a configuration file and make minor tweaks like RGB values of guides, delays, etc to make my experience more enjoyable.(Pure cyan is not easy to see on a screen for me) Is their a similar file in affinity products hidden deep in the weeds? (I understand this can result in playing with fire.)
  2. How can I change the default value of my device? I have an 11 "ipad but the default device when I create a new document is iPad 9.7", so I have to change the option every time. Thanks, Vittorio
  3. Is there a way, or could there be a way to disable the splash screen on startup? Or maybe let us pick from a set of splash images? Can one of the images please exclude the snake? Thanks!
  4. We have a user that is using Affinity 2.01.0132 and they deleted their Internet Explorer cache; which deleted their configuration. (This configuration allowed Affinity to choose a default folder location within the Laserfiche ECM application) Now under "GENERAL OPTIONS" their Configuration Location is set to "Local- For my profile only"; and the "Global" option is grayed out. I am wanting to switch the user to the "Global" configuration option so that I can use another known good users Affinity Profile. Also, how do I copy another users Affinity profile into this users configuration. Do I export and then import an XML file? If I can import another users Affinity configuration profile I think this will allow the user have the same settings as they did before they deleted their IE cache, along with their Affinity profile. Thanks,
  5. hello, i just downloaded from the app store the new 1.4.1 version of AP and the 1.4.1 beta 4 versione does not start anymore (as expected). in the last few weeks i spent some time to change the configuration of the toolbar, but the new app does have the default configuration again. is there a fast way to port the beta configuration to the released app (i.e.: copying or renaming or overwriting some preference file, or something like this)? thanks in advance stefano
  6. https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/561-gui-issue-effects-pane-open-many-v17832/?p=4574 : >> Ah, where is a useful place to write system information into a forum user profile? – Is it @ "Profile Feed" / "what's on your mind?" ? > We've not really thought about this. :( Would you tell/show us at least where/how users feed into "What's on your mind?" will occure?
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