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As someone who transferred to Affinity Designer upon launch, ditching the traditional Adobe Products that most of the industry utilizes I am, for the most part, thrilled with incorporating Affinity Designer into my workflow. However, there are two features that I have been longing for. The first of which is the incorporation of editable text in an exported PSD. Some clients desperately want the PSD files of all of the work in the final form, and documents with tons of text present an issue as all text now exports as a pixel layer. I know it is a huge coding ordeal, but it would be such a huge asset to us all. Please, in your next update try to incorporate this feature for your dedicated designers using your design programs so that we are not forced to find ridiculous workarounds. Secondly, I would love to see an option for batch exporting of artboards to save them as the individual artboard name in a dedicated folder. So much of my time is spent opening a new document and placing the contents of each artboard individually on a new canvas and saving them for client work. A batch save option would be extremely helpful, especially if the same options are available there like the ones currently available in the export menu.
Ian R posted a topic in Bugs on WindowsHi I think I've found a bug. Please correct me if I'm wrong! Steps as follows: I can import a pdf file which has multiple pages I can see those artboards created separately, automatically by Affinity Designer I click on Export Persona and there are no slices automatically created If I create an extra artboard and then click the Export Persona, then only that extra artboard is auto sliced! Is this a bug? If not it would be good to find out why it behaves this way, as importing a pdf with multiple pages and converting them all to jpg or png files surely must be a common action to do and therefore make it important that it should work? Thanks in advance.
Somewhere on the list can we have a GUI artboard / document sizing? Like Fireworks, photoshops crop with capacity to crop larger? (or illustrator, FH's artboard sizing tools) Am often building free form collections of elements and need to just resize the artboard in an intuitive way without thinking about units, origin points etc. But not as important as … many other things. T