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After exporting to a file (to svg or jpg for example) of an already up-to-date-saved afdesign-file, Affinity thinks something has changed to the file (even though nothing has changed), and asks us to save the file when closing the tab. Even if we didn't change the export settings. This makes this confirmation box unreliable and therefore error prone, as we can't tell by this message if something really has changed, or it's this issue again just saying something has changed, but is not.
Hello there! I have finally gotten around to doing a few tests with APub and have come up with the following: PDFs exported have in all cases had some sort of issue. In my first test some images were not included in the PDF and just showed up as empty image boxes. In the attached it seems to have rendered the cross lines of the box in a background gradient (see page 1 of attached PDF). Test 2.pdf Although it should possibly go under suggestions instead of bug reports I figured I would include it here to save time: the exporter is extremely basic. Way more options are needed to compete with other publishing software. Such as Bleed/no bleed rendering, live hyperlinks (at least option to toggle on), and rendering only specific pages or specified page numbers - to name but a few. Those things aside, I am overall enjoying the software and hope it gets what it needs to become a true alternative in the industry.
Hi, As a programmer and photo editor for social media I suggest the development of export with watermark PNG like Lightroom have and without creating a marker (current solution). I also sugest a solution to export to Instagram like lrinstagram for Lightroom. It's easy with their API (no, instagram's API is not always changing). Do this and you have lots of users changing from Photoshop + LightRoom to Affinity Photo Thanks