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  1. I can't get Designer to save my files in any folder containing my work. Every time I click on SAVE AS, name the file, and select a location, I get the warning: "Save failed because you do not have permission to create a file in that location." We're even talking about my Documents folder. Why would I not have permission to save files in my Documents folder? Just to reassure myself, I did a Get-Info on the Document folder and, for sure, I have the permission to Read and Write to that location. Also, I can't open a .jpg created by Photo because Designer doesn't recognize the file type. Agai
  2. I saw many people who is complaining about history panel behavior on Twitter. If they select a object while rolling back the history, history later than the point they selected will be erased. I know this is normal behavior in Affinity and I don't have a problem. But they are familiar with Photoshop's behavior that selecting a object doesn't affect the history. They blame Affinity that this is a flaw of the program. So I think it would be better to show warning when they select a object while rolling back the history.
  3. This is just a small tip/warning but it took me a while to figure out what was going on. Since Designer has the Pixel persona one has to be aware that there is the second type of selection - the pixel selection. The first type is obviously the object selection (selection box). If you are working with both types of selections (switching to Pixel persona and back) at one point you may forget to clear the pixel selection (deselect) or you may create the pixel selection accidentaly. And that might cause problems/confusion later on. This happened to me: While in Draw persona I s
  4. So when i used to start AFFINITY PHOTO and DESIGNER ( PC ), it would tell me there is an update available upon startup. Now nothing. Found out about it on facebook. How do i fix this so I get these update alerts again? Gary
  5. In certain circumstances the preferences allow the setting of keyboard shortcuts that don't make sense, or clash with existing shortcuts without giving a warning. Two examples I found this evening… Setting Zoom 100%, 200% 400% etc to the keys 1, 2, 4 with no modifier is accepted without warning that this clashes with the global transparency shortcut, which already uses the digits 0 through 9. Setting Geometry > Add, Subtract etc to the keys Alt + 1, Alt + 2 etc is accepted without warning that this will always create compounds, since Alt is already reserved as
  6. tl;dr Feature Request: If the file has not been save, AD / AP should prompt you to save before invoking a File > Edit in… action. Here's a not so fun little exercise… Start a new file in AD. Create some stuff (ideally spend a good hour making something really gorgeous). Important: Do not save your work! Now click File > Edit in Photo. AD kindly closes your file (without prompting you to save). AP now opens your (temporary) file. Now close AP. AP will warn you that the file is unsaved… BUT since you haven't actually made any changes in AP, you figure that there is nothing to save
  7. I thought it would be nice if there was a way to have designer show us or warn us if we use lines that are too thin to be printed (not a warning every time you use or make a line though). I was thinking something like a gamut warning in a photo app. If you selected the "line warning" in the Views, it would highlight lines that might be a problem if they went to print. That way we would know which lines to make thicker. I worked for a publishing company before and one problem that we often had was designers would use lines that show up on screen but wouldn't print because they were too thin.
  8. Hello, Just noticed an overlapping text in the following warning message.
  9. osx 10.9.5 macbook pro mid 2009 8 GB RAM AF-Photo 1.3.5 Hi, if i want to export a picture, i can change the export format (pdf, jpg, eps, png....) Some Seconds after i choose any Format, i have a error-sound (standard notice of error, "the beep"), maybe the same time the filesize is claculated...But no Freeze, no Popup or other messages. Also little Text issue i mentioned in my other comment. In Germany Language somtime the text is too long or there are no row´s around the other gui-segments. - https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/14029-text-lenght-in-pluginwindow
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