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I switch to affinity designer from heavy app (illustrator), its operation quite perfectly, but I personally have some issues below: - how to fixed expansion panel on studio-view(right side) - how to make tools pop-up quickly (I do not need the fadein/out animation here, because Alignment tool take 60%+ of my time) - how to paste a object in the center of the artboard (I usually duplicate the object/ paragraph for mockup, while it paste in the same position and make my eyes blind😎) thanks for the HELP!
Hello, I have converted both rectangles to curves and then try to merge them using the Boolean operation. but the result is unexpected and the arrow shape breaks apart. why the shapes don't merge perfectly ? See attached video and Affinity Designer file. Thank you, Boolean-Operation-Bug.mp4 boolean-operation.afdesign
Hello There are things that I do not know for some of the layer operations. 1. Is paste inside of layer operation the same as clipping? What is different unless it is the same? 2. If you attach the background layer to the pixel layer under the horizontal blue line to the left in the attached file called clipping, what does the vertical blue line mean to put on the bottom right? The explanation of paste inside of help was difficult for me to understand, so please look at the attached file if you are in trouble like me. Thank you. paste inside.afphoto
Hi folks, Affinity's already allows calculations on input fields : HUGE thanks for this, really. I would propose providing even more flexibility and power with "real math" everywhere. Let's illustrate with an exemple: I've done the following with Opacity (http://likethought.com/opacity/) http://drbl.in/hHAz If you look closely, you'll see the know has stripes like a vinyl. Here is it: And this is how it's done: Or why not this: As you can imagine, the power of this is quite amazing: • 100% parametric, you set it the way you want • 100% non pixellated texture • Not speaking about using formula in other fiels than color only (ie: this element is 50% of this one) • You name it