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  1. Hey! Just wanted to get answer to this simple question, as there is a 20% discount now and I don't wanna miss it. If you buy any Affinity product after the trial, is it linked to you somehow? Maybe through an email or something? Or is it just linked to the PC? I am asking this because I plan on getting a new one soon and I certainly don't wanna buy Affinity license twice. Thanks in advance.
  2. Hi guys! I just stumbled into a little nag… I'm still using CS6 at my job, but gradients in both Ai and Ps are so crappy that for gradient layers in Ps I've decided to resort to AD instead. The thing is, when copying measurements from Ai's Transform palette to its AD counterpart, the values use a comma separator (maybe that's not the default, but it's what we use in Portugal and, thus, the default separator in the Regional settings preference pane), which AD unfortunately doesn't recognise. So… having to manually change the separator from a comma to a period instead of having AD recognize pasted values regardless of the standard used is a little nag, which adds up over time for people who may not adhere strictly to the period standard. Also, having AD's palette ignore duplicate unit names (like “mm mm”) and, thus, making it extra fool proof, would be terrific, but maybe that would entail too much code? I mean, the fact we can perform operations directly on the input fields, much like in Ai and ID, is great enough already. Also, on a related note: AD's Transform palette rounded the values to a single decimal value… or did it? Isn't AD supposed to be more precise than Ai, with all those humoungous mega-zoom percentages and whatnot?
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