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When sending content for professional printing sometime we need to convert text to curves. It would be very helpful to have a feature to distinguish editable text and curves from converted text easily. In Illustrator it can be easily done in the view-outline mode - the text would in solid and converted curve would be outline mode. I'm not sure if the exact behavior is possible in Designer, but some easy way to distinguishing Curve-from-text from Editable-text could be immensely helpful to avoid error while sending out content to other vendors. PS: This is the original thread where I asked for help regarding this issue - and the moderator MEB suggested that this feature doesn't exist and I should request for it:
Hi, I have almost completely moved to AD and AP and really enjoying it - really thank the Affinity team for creating such great tools and yesterday's 1.6 update. I am facing 2 workflow issues while converting fonts in an AD document when converting text to curve while creating PDFs for sending out to vendors. 1. I am not able to convert grouped text blocks together at one go - I have to un-group them then hit ctrl+enter in order convert them - regrouping in the right order is very difficult - esp. for a complex document. Is there a way to convert text to curve without removing the group hierarchy? 2. Is there a way to quickly identify text and curves from converted text easily? In Illustrator it can be easily done in the view-outline mode - the text would in solid and converted curve would be outline mode.