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  1. Are there any plans to create an auto-index feature? I swear ID can do this - but all I see in the Publisher Beta is the tedious 'insert index marker' by hand, page by page, for each and every topic you want to index. Surely when you're laying out a reference book or other large publication, there's a more automated way to do this then searching for each instance of a word and then inserting a marker? Or, like Table of Contents, could there be a way to have words with special formatting automatically flagged to be included in the index? As it is, indexing currently feels incredibly clunky and incomplete. I do realize this is still in Beta though, so curiosity prompts me to ask if polishing up the index feature is something slated for future releases? On a positive note, I found the TOC very easy to set up, format, and create - quickly and effectively. Great job!
  2. I have some text where, at the moment, it reads something like this: "If you would like more information on this, turn to page ## to see full details." Once the document is pretty much complete I then go through the whole thing searching for ## and manually insert the real page number. Not a massive task for what I need to do, but still a bit of a chore and things can get overlooked. Does Publisher have an "Insert the page number of this selected layer at this position in the text" function? I've had a look in the Help but I can't see anything relevant. P.S. The page number must automatically update if the page number of the layer changes, otherwise the result would be worse than manually searching for ##.
  3. Hi. As I progress with my knowledge in Affinity Photo, I continue to be very much in "learning mode". I continue make a lot of mistakes and often scratch my head wondering what to do next, and that's fine. That's what learning is all about. However, there are times when I have a "Eureka!" moment, and everything works out great. What I would like to see in Affinity Photo is a Notepad feature that is associated with each saved file. That way, if I noted that the mask selection needs to be ramped to 38%, I can see that in the future when I won't always remember how I achieved that particular effect. For now, I find myself going to the online tutorials on Vimeo, or (heaven forbid) making separate files in Microsoft Word. The latter, of course, can be very hard to reference when a specific is needed as opposed to a general one. Dragging items that can provide details from the history to the notepad would also be a very handy feature. I am pretty certain that there is nothing like this feature in Adobe's products, and it would be a unique feature to Affinity Photo only. Thanks for your consideration of such a feature.
  4. Hi well i upload the gif when you copy element with ALT+drag and then copy with CRTL+J the copy doesn´t take the last element distance is a weird function it takes.
  5. Procedural workflow has and is growing and becoming a large driving force in content creation. Something I always knew would be make things very quick to iterate or change, and also keep things consistent and simple, would be referenced colors. So maybe your documents has a palette with named slots, and when you go to select a fill/stroke color, you can optionally select one of these named slots. Other fills or strokes can reference this same slot. Then if you decide you want to change colors later, you simple adjust this palette and every object using those slots gets updated. To extend this concept, it could almost be like symbols but for object appearance where you can have synchronized styles, that way all the parameters are shared, like stroke width, profile, etc.
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