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  1. Hello all, Ive been using Affinity Designer for a while now Yet I still haven't figured out how to delete a specific line without losing or warping parts of a drawing. here is a picture of something i'm working on at the moment, I am outlining this car - as you can see I have a line crossing through it How do I remove that line without affecting the lines that are connected to this? Really appreciate any help Miles
  2. Hi, Because of lack of attention I have bought Affinity Designer instead of Affinity Photo. How can I change it, please? Robert
  3. peter

    Spelling mistakes

    Hi AndyS, I've found some more typos, yup! Tis the same word again - the word colour, this time in these help files: Help> Affinity Designer Help>Introduction>Key features>Solid graphic design tools...4 times. Help> Affinity Designer Help>Gettings started>Create new documents...4times. There's probably more of the same around here, so, rather than type out all of the same mistakes, I think it would be better to do a complete document spell check, on all the help files. Perhaps setting the setting to UK/British English on this. :ph34r: Peter Ps it's Halloween soon - spell better :P
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