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  1. Hello, and thank you for all the great work you you're doing with affinity family of products :) I've been trying to create a documents, basically a presentation with full page images and a footer text that is placed over the image. I can create the master slide with a picture frame and text and a receptacle that should overlay my image (attached image), but when i create pages based on this master page i cannot load images to the frame in the background. Instead it cover all the page along with the components from master page. I also tried starting with an empty page, inserting a picture frame tool, inserting my image and the applying the master page to it, but i have the same problem as the master page components remain in the back. Am I doing something wrong? I really want to leave ID asap, this will make a great difference. Thanks.

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