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  1. sorin.jurcut

    Affinity Mindmapping Assets

    Hey guys, in case someone is doing mindmaps with Affinity, like I am, these might come in handy. Arrows, pointers, actions, terminators/buttons, forms and boolean operators. mindmapping.afassets
  2. I'm aware of the font Chartwell - but one of the few lacking tools in Affinity Designer that could justify me leaving Illustrator permanently is a Charting/Graphing tool. Illustrator's is so out-of-date and difficult to use, that introducing this tool to the Affinity apps with Affinity's lens of usability would squash any reasoning to use Adobe's tool.
  3. Hi guys, Can I create a pie chart from a SINGLE pie/donut tools, without duplicating them? Thank you
  4. I'm trying to paste graphs from Excel into Affinity Designer, and when doing so the tick marks on the outside of the X and Y axes disappear in both pixel view modes. You can only see them when switching to "outline view mode". I cannot find any objects that could possibly be covering them up. Is there a quick solution for this that I'm missing? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Cheers, Jason
  5. After doing lot's of infographics work over the past 7 years or so, I am still not satisfied with the available tools. You have the clumsy, old-fashioned and unfinished tools in illustrator, or the playful, but rigid online tools like infogr.am. I'd love to see a truly artistic, yet highly parametric and extensible approach on infographics and charts. Any plans in that direction? Maybe as a plugin?
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