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  1. I'm sure this is a simple task, Sorry to bother...I'm just getting started with Affinity, moving from CSS5. I have several photos loaded, have edited. I want to automate saving and closing the files. Seems I need to export. I tried creating a batch, but it seems as opposed to PS, batches apparently do not work on already loaded and edited photos (at least not that I can tell). So I tried creating a macro, but it said a macro cannot export. Any suggestions?
  2. Hi there, Is it possible to export multiple documents/files to their own pdf files at the same time? Thanks
  3. One very small thing that bugs me: This is regarding exporting many images one by one. When you open a large amount of images, the left most tab is open, and the tabs furthest to the right get compacted under a submenu since it cannot fit them all in the tab bar. This is all good. What doesn't make sense is as soon as you export and close the first image, it immediately switches to the RIGHT-most image in the tab bar. Half the time when exporting many images, this cannot even be seen in the tab bar without clicking the arrow in the right of the tab bar. (See attached for visual explanation, just after closing first tab) This right to left approach seems to just get in the way, because it forces the user to click on the "more" arrow, select the right most tab (this brings it to the left of the tab bar for some other reason), export and close it, and then once again the RIGHT-most image is selected, again hidden away in the more menu. What I'd suggest is simply the approach anyone takes to read basic english. When a tab is closed, have the image on the right of that tab be opened next, not the one far away at the end of the list.. Anyway one else think this is a strange nuisance? Or is there some reason for Affinity to behave like this?
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