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I’m using two screens, the one of my ASUS notebook and an external screen, also ASUS. Is it feasible to get the tools on one screen, e.g. the laptop one, and the full picture on the bigger external one? As far I know it’s not possible to do so in the Adobe programs such as PS, LR, E, … But maybe Affinity Photo can?
I was using affinity photo on my laptop and when I transferred the photos to my surface 3 tablet, I was disturbed to see that the photos looked different than on my laptop. The photos were too vibrant on my surface, the pinks looked deep red while the brightness was too high. I tried viewing them on my work pc and again the colour scheme looked different - the colours were more vibrant than when viewed on my laptop but less vibrant than on my surface tablet. It also looks slightly different on my phone and on my workmates pc screen So how can I know that the editing I'm doing on my laptop is going to give me the right results across all screens and form factors? My laptop seems to have the dullest screen
Hi, I've just had a short glimpse at the trial but these things would make this tool great for UI design (forget Sketch because of performance): Paragraph and character styles Automatic style updating or some easy-to-use alternative Different artboards in one view to design flows Easy-to-use symbols to complement the outsourced embedded files In the help it says: Am I missing something or text attributes are not part of styles? Please include this on the roadmap and the tool will finally destroy Adobe :P.