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  1. Hi, I am playing around with Indexes for the first time and having a hard time removing topics from the Index panel. More specifically, in my case right now, I cannot remove a "See..." cross reference. Am I just missing a keystroke here? Additionally, 'refreshing' or 'updating' an Index doesn't seem to work at all. I can only get a current index on the page by deleting the original and creating a new one. Using a macbook pro. Thanks!
  2. Quick Tips: for finding Affinity content with Google Search With a few helpful Google search engine tricks, searching the Affinity Forum via Google can be made much more effective. The Common Search In general, you should string search terms with a space together to start the context search. Thus, the input "Affinity forum gradient" or "Affinity forum macro" in the search window shows all found link entries on the screen which contain those terms. Quoting ("...") helps to search after more closely related search text here. Extended or Exclusive Search To make Google s
  3. I'm a member of this forum for a few days now and I am a anonymous reader for a while and there something that bothers me quiet a bit: pretty much all the subforums are not separated by product (designer/photo) which makes it very difficult to recognize the relevance of a post for me or a certain product. Wouldn't it be much more convenient to get separate subforums for each product in the main areas (like tutorials, for example) or at least giving each thread a praefix (like [AD],[AP]) by having the OP selecting the coresponding product when opening a new thread? You kinda already
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