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Will there ever be support for Adobe XD files ?


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I doubt that for the foreseeable future Adobe XD isn't on the radar, but, never say never.

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26 minutes ago, firstdefence said:

I doubt that for the foreseeable future Adobe XD isn't on the radar, but, never say never.

Do you doubt that it isn’t on the radar, or that it is on the radar? :/

It seems to me that it’s highly unlikely to be on Serif’s radar unless and until Adobe takes the unusual step of publishing details of the file format.

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3 minutes ago, Alfred said:

Do you doubt that it isn’t on the radar, or that it is on the radar? :/

Having just had four Weetabix with Sainsburys semi-skimmed milk, poured tenderly from a four litre carton and then sensually drizzled with manuka honey, I would certainly consider that a quandary, but, as an international man of mystery I shall let the universe answer while I contemplate... Universe you have the mic...

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10 minutes ago, firstdefence said:

Having just had four Weetabix with Sainsburys semi-skimmed milk, poured tenderly from a four litre carton and then sensually drizzled with manuka honey, I would certainly consider that a quandary, but, as an international man of mystery I shall let the universe answer while I contemplate... Universe you have the mic...

Wow, manuka honey! Aren’t we getting fancy!!

On a side note, I seriously doubt that I could ever pour anything “tenderly” from a four-litre carton.

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1 hour ago, firstdefence said:

Having just had four Weetabix with Sainsburys semi-skimmed milk, ... as an international man of mystery ...

Never had Weetabix, in my childhood we had access to a knockoff version here in the Dominion. I know what skim milk is but I wonder about semi-skimmed. In my youth I trained to be a flâneur from some of the best and have just recently started a mail-order course to become a bon vivant raconteur.

And yes @Alfred, pouring from a four litre carton needs concentration and two steady hands.

Finally @michabbb, there will most likely never be support for XD files.

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20 hours ago, Old Bruce said:

Never had Weetabix, in my childhood we had access to a knockoff version here in the Dominion. I know what skim milk is but I wonder about semi-skimmed.

Semi-skimmed is exactly what its name suggests: its fat content is halfway between that of skimmed milk and full-fat milk.

20 hours ago, Old Bruce said:

In my youth I trained to be a flâneur from some of the best and have just recently started a mail-order course to become a bon vivant raconteur.

xD

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What is a flâneur?

I found it meaning "a man who saunters around observing society".

Perhaps like the man in Bernard Shaw's play pygmalion who goes round listening to people's speech and recording their accents.

Or maybe like

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gx1SWS1MFbU

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21 hours ago, Old Bruce said:

... to become a bon vivant raconteur.

Perhaps you could use Affinity products to produce a book of your talks and post it in the Share your work forum.

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3 minutes ago, William Overington said:

Perhaps like the man in Bernard Shaw's play pygmalion who goes round listening to people's speech and recording their accents.

Not necessarily. An alternate meaner, harsher, more judgemental definition would be "a good for nothing layabout". I'll go to a coffee shop and just watch people as they wander about. There is a line from a Beatles song "Turn off your mind, relax and float downstream" That is the kind of space I'll be in.

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