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Inline objects vanish when converting its parent text to a curve.
I have a text field which I have pinned multiple tables to. The tables occur in the flow of the text field one after another. After doing so, I went to edit the first table in the sequence and inserted a row into that table. After doing so, the inline position of the following tables did not change position to accommodate the now larger first table. This led to the bottom of the first table becoming hidden behind the following inline table. Is this something that should be able to function properly, or is there something I need to do to have the text field recalculate the auto flow positions for the tables after the height of one has changed? As an additional related question... I have the text field auto spanning across pages. It seems like affinity does not auto split tables to keep them inline if the entire table will not fit on the page. Instead, it places the table on the next page instead and just leaves a space in the flow of the text field at the bottom of that page. Is this just the default behavior which can be adjusted, or is this currently the only behavior? Thanks, Mitchell
I am creating a newsletter. The text is in a a series of text frames, linked together for each article and with two columns per page. I would like to place an image into the text inline. I have viewed the Affinity Tutorial video on this, and have tried to follow it, but so far I have failed. I'm sure it is a matter of getting the right order between: placing the image on the page, selecting the insertion point in the text column, selecting the image and clicking on the Inline icon. As Eric Morecambe didn't quite say: I'm clicking all the right things, but not necessarily in the right order. Could someone please explain to me in words (not video) the correct procedure to do this. John
I might have overlooked it somewhere else, but a feature I am really missing is the ability to create contours of an object like with the outline function, but with multiple outlines, and with a positive or negative radius, so the contours can be outside or inside the object. Along with this should go the ability to break the contours apart from the original object so that each can be handled individually. This is a feature that I used constantly in Corel Draw, which I am hoping to be able to ditch completely.