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  1. I am curious about the utility of latex editor functionality included in the affinity publisher or we have to find external app for this requirement?
  2. Hello! Can I insert an OLE object in the Publisher? For example, I would like to use the formula editor (Writer or Word) to write formulas. Which is the easiest way to insert and edit formulas? Regards
  3. Hey everyone, I'd really like to see a formula editor in the final version of affinity publisher. It's necessary for almost any type of scientific publication and maybe would lead many students and scientists to create their work in affinity publisher. Without this tool it will be useless for them. Best regards Janek
  4. Hi folks, Affinity's already allows calculations on input fields : HUGE thanks for this, really. I would propose providing even more flexibility and power with "real math" everywhere. Let's illustrate with an exemple: I've done the following with Opacity (http://likethought.com/opacity/) http://drbl.in/hHAz If you look closely, you'll see the know has stripes like a vinyl. Here is it: And this is how it's done: Or why not this: As you can imagine, the power of this is quite amazing: • 100% parametric, you set it the way you want • 100% non pixellated texture • Not speaking about using formula in other fiels than color only (ie: this element is 50% of this one) • You name it
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