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Hello, I am brand new to Affinity and love it. However, I’m am driving myself crazy trying to figure out how to do something that is probably very simple. How do I curve text similar to the way it is in the attached image? What I am trying to do is simply create a T-shirt design, all text, no images, and I just want to curve the text. Thank you in advance for any help.
Hello, Im new to Affinity Photo and was wondering if there's a way to curve text? I have searched and most recommend to use Affinity Designer. This can't be done in Photo? If is possible can someone advise me on how I can accomplish this? Thank you
I am a newbie as far as Affinity Software is concerned so it is possible that I have missed something? I am really enjoying the 'learning curve' of this range of Applications and will not hesitate to purchase this new addition to the Suite. This has nothing to do with placing Text on a Curve. The attached Affinity Publisher File has two iterations of Curve Text. I have no idea where the first iteration sprang from but the second is probably a copy of the first. The ScreenShot shows that the name Curve Text had been generated by the APub Application. Of note is that the Colour Tools indicate that the Fill Colour is Red when in fact it is Yellow, the Outline Colour is shown as Black but try as I may it will not adopt any colour and therefore remains 'invisible'. It was my attempts to add an Outline in order to match the rest of the document that brought this problem to my notice. Also changing the Fill Colour has nil effect. There does not seem to be any other options available, 'playing' with Constraints I managed to create items that were not visible but interfered with Outlines and/or filled with colour but failed to show, in a manner I was anticipating, on the Layers List. Eventually, the problem was located by deleting one item at a time until it became obvious that the 'constraints' labelled items were causing the problem and that Ungrouping was the answer. Aware that the offenders could easily be deleted and replaced I am seeking to 'learn what I did wrong in the first place to create the problem', with a view to not letting it happen again. Thanks for any help you can give. Card TEST.afpub