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I wish to produce a table that includes cells with text and images in them, and wrap the text around the images. This means the following: One cell has text and an image inside it (the image is inside the table's cell in addition to the text) The text inside the cell wraps around the image inside the cell Repeat this process for other cells Is this possible, and if so, by what means?
Hi! a newbie here! I am trying to create a sorta automated calendar from this thread, >> (by the way, thank you Eugune Tyson for an awesome thread!) Here is my result: My question is that I want to move the numbers to the black circle position (right align) but I can't seems to figure out which tool to use. I tried everything in the red rectangle box, they didn't work for me. Maybe I miss something? Thank you in advance!
Hello, this is my first post to a forum so bear with me please. I found this bug on windows 64-Bit-Version, it was already a problem in the test version, but I thought it might go away in the professional one - it didn't. I downloaded this program recently, so it should be the latest version. If I want to change the lines selected in the table tool, it sometimes doesn't change. It keeps going back to select all the lines. Even if I restart my computer it doesn't change. Maybe after a few hours or a day or so, it works again and I can change it to other lines... I use this tool a lot and it throws me back a couple of hours or days in my work, so this is really really bugging me. Please watch the video for better understanding. Can this be fixed, please? Affinity Publisher Table Bug.mp4
I've been using Illustrator since version 1.0 and they still don't have a good way of creating tables. You don't know how useful this is until you've had to create a table in Illustrator by hand. Create a table tool and have your basic cell alignment tools (especially vertical centering). You could also add cell spacing, padding, and cell merging. Also allow users to export it with all the styles to HTML (you could also convert it to <div> tags to future proof yourself). Now that would be useful and Adobe doesn't even have this feature.