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Found this on Twitter, a free live training session for Affinity Designer run by Elaine Giles at macbiteslearning.co.uk!


6th November, 8pm GMT, just needs a web browser and Flash or a mobile app.




Thanks Elaine and best wishes.



Twitter: @Writer_Dale
Work: Intel i7-6700, NVIDIA Quadro K1200 and Intel HD 530, Windows 10   |   Home: Intel Q6600, NVIDIA GTX950, Windows 10

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Registered and all that for this one, but the moment I found out that it used Flash and Adobe's "conference" (don't recall what market speak they used to describe it) stuff, declined to attend/view. It wasn't the people putting it on, it was the mode of how it was distributed. Yes, my mistrust of Adobe goes that far, esp. after the "adobe reader" fiasco a week or so back. 


Glad it was good and well-done, nevertheless. 


(I am dreading the spam I'll get from BriteEvents, since the only way to sign on for this event was to actually register on the website and verify via e-mail.)

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