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Sorry if this has been answered, but I couldn't find it. I am trying to make dotted lines that the dots are 1.5mm large and the spacing between them (*<-->* the distance between the *s here) are 6mm apart. But I'm not sure what the spacing should be set to. Any help? To try and clarify, i do not want it from inside one dot to the inside of another (middle, or otherwise). I want it from where one ends and the other begins.
I am a newbie using Publisher to prepare practice grids for practicing Chinese characters, but I am having trouble aligning the characters within each box. Chinese character fonts are uniformly monospaced (no kerning option). Columns 1 and 2 are too far to the right, and column 3 is just right (3D needs a very slight nudge to the right). Columns 4 and 5 are also very slightly off (4D and 5C need to be slightly nudged to the left). When designing the grid, I left a small horizontal space (1.2 mm) between boxes. I set my text size to 110 pts, which seems just right (at least for column 3). Anything above or below 110 pts causes more problems. I hope I can avoid making microadjustments to every single box. The character menu doesn't seem to have any useful options, and neither does the paragraph menu. "Spacing" seems like the obvious place for making adjustments, but that doesn't work either: leading doesn't work; left indent and right indent move everything over. Maybe I should just jam all the boxes together? Advice would be very much appreciated.
Hello designers! Here is a tutorial you might find useful if you need to align or distribute objects in Affinity Designer. Enjoy!
Sorry if this has already been asked. My question is does Affinity have a feature that deletes unwanted spacing between two subjects in a photo? I have heard that iskysoft now has a product that rescales photos without rescaling the subject. This is an interesting feature so it would be cool if Affinity also had it. Appreciate your replies.