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  1. Using AFPUB OSX 10.15.3 Noted with this beta version that there are red rectangles that sometimes show up "attached" to actual objects but they are "ghosts" and not always outlining some object. This is very noticeable when you have many objects on the page. The red rectangles show up even after clicking outside (left or right) the spread. But sometimes disappear if you click above or below the spread. In the attached, sample screenshot, there is an image shown with a red rectangle. The image is not selected, but the picture frame is selected. Nevertheless, the image has this red rectangle around it (actual size of the image). The image on the right, a copy, also has this red rectangle. Normally, these won't go away until you go to another spread. Also, there is a background image across the spread and it also has a red rectangle - but this rectangle is much larger (taller) than the actual image, which is anchored to the inner bleed edge. You can see how that rectangle extends far below the spread (and above as well). That image is not selected. Finally, there is a red rectangle outlining the spread itself - you can see the bottom edge in red. Just curious if this is a feature or some type of weirdness. Thanks for any information.
  2. Hi all, I'm unable to use the combination tool to combine multiple rectangles, thus removing shared paths... I have checked over and over again and the rectangles are snapped to eachother... but in this case only two rectangles combine correctly (see this gyazo gif: https://gyazo.com/21002501d5011a724c36965e86098b60 for more information) This has been the bane of my existance for the past months now... the alternative is to convert to curves and break the curves manually, which is just too time consuming... Is this a known issue? Am I doing something wrong? Kind Regards
  3. Hello, I have an animated GIF that I would like to recreate with an SVG instead. It seems like the easiest academic case for practicing snapping to me: everything is black and white and there are only horizontal and vertical lines. The snap points are easy to find automatically. However after quite some unsuccessful trial and error and reading in the forums it seems like there could be some slightly tricky behaviour about this... So please indulge if I ask now before digging further! ;) Thank you in advance for all hints, gergely FWIW here is the object:
  4. I am new to Affinity (just downloaded the trial version) and have been stumped on my first attempt at playing with a design concept. I have created a rectangle (in a layer) over a photo background. The object in the photo is angled and shows perspective but I cannot get my rectangle to show perspective. See attachment to follow what I am trying to achieve. It is something that I sketch all the time freehand so what do I need to do to get the desired result?IMGP5776_9127 0.80ct.afdesign
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