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More and more I am moving from Adobe Creative Suite to Affinity. I am wondering if there is to disable some of the document presets, particularly in Designer and Publisher.

As an American user, I will likely never use the European presets. In terms of workflow, it is cumbersome and often time consuming to scroll through the many (thanks for being thorough!) available presets to find one of a handfull most of us would use. Perhaps a preference setting where various presets could be dis/enabled? Or perhaps preset files that reside in a folder (similar to the way Word handles dotx files)?

If it's not possible now, can this be considered as a feature enhancement for future releases?

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I set up my own presets. Use the little + next to the name of the selected Preset. Then I rename it. I do agree that the stock presets are a bit too much at times especially for those with laptops and  the small screen.

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MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012) Mac OS 10.12.6 || Mac Pro (Late 2013) Mac OS 10.14.6

Affinity Designer 1.9.0 | Affinity Photo 1.9.0 | Affinity Publisher 1.9.0 | Beta versions as they appear.

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