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Hey,

I have a issue that was in the past DESIGNER and still in the new update.

I have a document i always reuse. 2 art boards. One is a wide format for social media , the other square.

I change the content and also rename the art boards for output , so they have the correct name.

When i rename the art board and switch to slice module, the art boards have the old name before i rename them. So I have to rename them twice. Anyway to get this fixed?

 

Thanks

Gary 

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5 hours ago, thegary said:

When i rename the art board and switch to slice module, the art boards have the old name before i rename them. So I have to rename them twice. Anyway to get this fixed?

I find no problem renaming the Artboards in the Designer Persona and having that new name  show up in the slices. I am on Mac.


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3 hours ago, Old Bruce said:

I find no problem renaming the Artboards in the Designer Persona and having that new name  show up in the slices. I am on Mac.

Thanks for reply. Maybe its a pc issue then.

Gary

 

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3 hours ago, Old Bruce said:

I find no problem renaming the Artboards in the Designer Persona and having that new name  show up in the slices. I am on Mac.

By chance have you tried saving the file. Close designer, reopen the file rename to v2 for example. Then rename artboards and see if they are changed in slice module. Thats my process. 

Gary

 

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I’ve just had a quick check (see attached video) on Windows 10 Home (2004) in Designer 1.8.4.693 and it seems to be working fine for me. I also – not in the video – tried a few ‘Save As and rename artboard’ processes, closing and reopening Designer along the way at various points, and it still works.
Gary: Try going through the same process in the video and see what you get. If you get the same results as me then the problem may be in the document you are using and we will need more information – the actual document or a video – to see what’s happening better.

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On 8/8/2020 at 2:43 AM, GarryP said:

I’ve just had a quick check (see attached video) on Windows 10 Home (2004) in Designer 1.8.4.693 and it seems to be working fine for me. I also – not in the video – tried a few ‘Save As and rename artboard’ processes, closing and reopening Designer along the way at various points, and it still works.
Gary: Try going through the same process in the video and see what you get. If you get the same results as me then the problem may be in the document you are using and we will need more information – the actual document or a video – to see what’s happening better.

@GarryP

Thanks for the video...did some screen grabs showing the name difference. Sometimes they are both wrong, but always one of them. Very odd.

Gary

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The only thing I can think of at the moment is that the Slice has been renamed, somehow.
I have managed to replicate the issue by renaming a Slice, but I don’t know if it is expected behaviour not to automatically rename the Slice after an Artboard name is changed when the Slice for that Artboard has already been renamed.
Maybe the Slice name must override the Artboard name after the Slice has been renamed for some good reason.
Might be one for a member of staff to adjudicate on.

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4 hours ago, GarryP said:

Maybe the Slice name must override the Artboard name after the Slice has been renamed for some good reason.

I think it does, because a user might want to retain the artboard name/rename while setting different export slice names for various reasons.


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Its weird how this happens to 1 of the artboards for sure everytime, but 50% its to both .

Something isn't consistant there. If you rename artboards, I think it should be the came of the slices. 

 

Thanks

for looking into this GarryP and RC-R, but perhaps some staff can weigh in.

 

Gary

 

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Anyone from Affinity have any thoughts on this. Has now had this problem with every file i reuse and try renaming artboards.

Its not a show stopper , but its annoying.

Any help or feedback appreciated. Thanks to you above for checking this out.

 

Gary

 

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