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  1. MODERATORS Just posting this to inform you about some annoying features of infinity designer which should be removed. 1) Art board Layer working with art board is very difficult due to its art board layer . I think affinity layers working ways should be same as adobe illustrator. When we remove art board layers no shapes shows outside of art board area . 2) EPS File One of main source file which clients demands and also most of stock sites used this as source file , but affinity EPS is very different from other . ( No layer ) ( Text conversation into curves ) ( No grouping ) 3) No Snapping While Cursor tool I feel no snapping while adding nodes to a shape. Difficult when putting nodes with perfect distance. 4) Pen Tool No strokes showing when using pen tool , I storokes should be visible when working with pen tool. 5) empty Gap Issue While working or in exported files , we see a gap between perfectly snapped shape , this is one of big issue I think . I will some more Annoying Features of designer very soon , so affinity should adjust these
  2. I am evaluating the 3 Affinity products to replace Adobe. When exporting a document to PDF, every word in the document with "ff" and "ss" are all replaced with a square box. See attachments to view the problem. I have tried every PDF type. The only one that doesn't do this is when I rasterize the file but then it's pages that look like photos and is 30mb in size. This defeats the purpose of PDF. Please advise.
  3. Hi, this bug is quite old, thought it was fixed but seems like it is not or maybe I'm doing something wrong accidentally..hope you can help me figure this out. When 2 or more artboards are on the play it happens that one of them affects somehow the position of both, changing values to decimals and making it impossible to set the position to an entire number for both. This affect consequentially the exporting of objects because one of the dimension of the exported objects changes (e.g. 960 x 875 change to 960 x 876). The problem is that this thing is absolutely random - or so it seems - and that's a huge problem when you forget to double check everything you are exporting. It's easier to understand that from the videos attached Affinity_Designer_2021-01-28_15-55-36.mp4 Affinity_Designer_2021-01-28_16-08-41.mp4 Affinity_Designer_2021-01-28_16-10-01.mp4
  4. I'm trying to precisely place a rectangle. The canvas is 34x34. The rectangle is 34x34, at (0,0), so the rectangle should fill the canvas, but it doesn't. Note the very small edge of the transparent canvas background showing through on the right edge. This leads me to mistrust all the sizing and placing features, on all my layers, most hidden in the uploaded image.
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