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On 12/29/2016 at 6:11 AM, BrianHermelijn said:

Minor revision of https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/31582-brian-hermelijn-visual-design-journal/?p=157686

I felt the colors was too constraty so decided to tone it down a bit and make it feel much softer overall.

 

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I think a client would pick you up on putting the $ sign after the number when it should be before. Other than that I love the layout. I love the flow of the colored boxes!


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1 hour ago, Phil_rose said:

I think a client would pick you up on putting the $ sign after the number when it should be before.

It depends where you are, Phil! For example, they apparently often put the $ sign after the number in French-speaking parts of Canada such as Québec.


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16 minutes ago, αℓƒяє∂ said:

It depends where you are, Phil! For example, they apparently often put the $ sign after the number in French-speaking parts of Canada such as Québec.

I live in Québec... In Canadian-English,  the $ is put before the amount and there is no space. In Canadian-French, the $ goes after the amount and there is a space between them. 


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3 minutes ago, AlainP said:

In Canadian-French, the $ goes after the amount and there is a space between them.

Thanks, Alain. That sounds like the way the euro symbol is generally used in mainland Europe.

I’m guessing that in printed material the space should be a thin space, as used before a question mark or exclamation mark.


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2 hours ago, αℓƒяє∂ said:

Thanks, Alain. That sounds like the way the euro symbol is generally used in mainland Europe.

I’m guessing that in printed material the space should be a thin space, as used before a question mark or exclamation mark.

I don't know if a "thin space" is required, it could depends of the font used, but it has to be a non-breakable space for sure.


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13 hours ago, αℓƒяє∂ said:

It depends where you are, Phil! For example, they apparently often put the $ sign after the number in French-speaking parts of Canada such as Québec.

Really? That's very interesting. I didn't know that. Thanks for the knowledge! I just see Americans doing it all the time and it has bugged me no end (or 'to' no end, as they would say!) but now I will have to become someone who couldn't care less (or could  care less as Americans WRONGLY put it!!!)


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19 minutes ago, Phil_rose said:

now I will have to become someone who couldn't care less (or could  care less as Americans WRONGLY put it!!!)

 


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Just now, αℓƒяє∂ said:

 

JUST who I was thinking of though, to be fair, I am pretty much always thinking of David Mitchell!


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1 hour ago, BrianHermelijn said:

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These are very interesting. Really nice work. One thing, are they really 'lightning Exploration' or did you mean lighting?


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On 7/5/2018 at 4:05 PM, BrianHermelijn said:

Seems like my thread is turning into a coffee shop. Shall serve some beers too while I am at it. ;)

Beers? In a coffee shop?? :o

Apologies for hijacking your thread, Brian.


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There are some in this country though I guess they are more bars that serve coffee!


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