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  1. Can you link Photo and Publisher Programs together, I have done it so if I open Publisher I can open open Photo, but can not seem to do it the other way round,
  2. Linking an image instead of embedding it, would be useful if you're working on different documents with the same file, i.e. a logo in a design phase. So if you change that logo it will be respected in every file it is linked. Besides that it doesn't increase your Designer file, that could be crucial if you're working with large files and make a lot of versions / copies of your Designer file. I think it's like the new version of the Photoshop Smartobjects (CC version). Would be great if this makes sense to you too and isn't too hard to implement. Thanks!
  3. Hey everyone! When opening Document, Resource Manager, selecting all files and setting them to linked, my document will still be at 109,3MB file size. In fact, before linking the unlinked images, the file had 108MB. So linking even increases file size by a small amount. The Resource Manager will show them as linked and Publisher will report errors when renaming a file. It just doesn't decrease file size. And even when Publisher cannot fint a file, it is still being displayed, instead of an error frame, which I would expect. Is this a known issue? It seems it shouldn't be since there is a tutorial on the website for this. I am using High Sierra. Best wishes, Shu
  4. I have problems with the size you get once you prepare a document with images. A ten-page document with images at 300dpi weighs over 180MB, yet the same document in InDesign weighs only 6MB. In both cases the images were linked, but AFPUB seems to include a copy inside the document as well (I'm not embedding). The big question, however, will AFPUB be useful for professional graphic designers to create magazines, catalogues, artbooks, etc., especially when using hi-res images inside (not lo-res web images)? If such is the case, here are a couple issues that need considering: 1. Linking images make the file too heavy. Consider the example I gave above, and then think of an 88 or more pages magazine/book, etc. 2. Not being able to import into a single document other documents prepared separately. Also, although I haven't figured it out yet, can you design a cover, a squarebound one, including the spine? Couldn't find any indication when creating a new document. Seems everythings is for what goes inside and not what covers it.
  5. I just found that "Replace Document" doesn't do what it is supposed to for this scenario: I have a large Designer layout (a poster) I have an embedded document, also created in Designer (a beanie) I have an updated version of said beanie on my disk Selecting the object and pressing "Replace Document" lets me choose the updated file, but it doesn't actually update inside of Designer. No biggie, but I consider this unintended bahaviour and hence a bug. WIN 10 1809, AD 1.6.5.123
  6. Pasting text of a large multi page article seems clumsy, with all that linking of text frames, In fact I cannot get to grips with it. Is there a way of adding pages with text frames and flowing the text automatically?
  7. Intro I found in some post on forum moderator opinion that OLE (Object Linking and Embedding or something like that) will be limited to only Affinity Publisher. Request I think great idea is get ability to make simultaneous edition in Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo. For example in Affinity Designer we create portfolio frame and in Affinity Photo we edit photograph in Liquify Persona. I understand programming question but from my perspective of usability of application working together by linking it's a big step. I think Affinity Published could take advantage too - in place duplication a lot of feature of other parts of suite it can be more oriented on hyphenation and typicall typography issues. Linking files in AD, AP i APu get advantage thinking more about on design in place witch application choose. At hypothetical scenario we think about interesting way to create portfolio using Liquify Twirl Tool and vector frame with ability see final effect in real time. It would be feature for next 2.x generation.
  8. Just starting with AD, and need to connect circles with lines, then repeat, to make a network image. I want to be able to move the connected circles and lines freely, as well as lock them, if that makes sense. What is the best/easiest way to do this? Any tutorial videos on this? Many thanks
  9. Hey guys, a sorely needed feature in AP and AD is PS style Layer Linking. Layer Linking allows me to keep my layers grouped in one logical way, while allowing my to move/adjust certain layer attributes ACROSS groups, so I don't have to ungroup and reselect layers in other groups. It's a HUGE workflow enhancer, and it would be GREATLY welcomed in my process (and I'm sure others') and quest to get off the Adobe teat... Please consider this addition in all your apps, not only AP. If you have any other questions as to why it's valuable ask away... :D Thanks again for all your hard work and making an incredible tool!
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