KateM

Keyboard Shortcuts Cheat Sheet for Affinity Tools!

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Thanks. Will give it a try out.


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Thats what im talking about! I live breathe and die by shortcut key combinations! THANK YOU!!

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Fantastic! Set it as my desktop background on my smaller second monitor.

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Is there a short cut key to see outline view (ie like Command Y in Illustrator)? I don't see any and I'm too unfamiliar to know if we can create out own shortcuts

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Hi puggerspaniel,

 

There's no keyboard shortcut for that, although I don't see why I couldn't add one - in the meantime it's available on the top toolbar as a button (the 8th button from the left with the default setup) and is a simple click to turn on, click to turn off. I'll try to get the shortcut added as soon as I've checked it doesn't conflict with anything else, thanks :)

 

Matt

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Hey Matt thank for this!!!

 

Is it possible share on pinterest this resources for you? Or maybe can you do with your Pinterest Account?

 

Thanks mate, really thanks!

 

:rolleyes:  ^_^  ^_^


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Great, thanks.

Going to set this as wallpaper for a while :)


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The creative guys here at Serif Labs knocked up this keyboard shortcuts cheat sheet - hope you find it useful!

 

Try the new app "Affinity Designer". It's literally the best use of Modifier keys I've seen for drawing vectors. Lightyears ahead of Adobe products. He seems suitably impressed with the effort that's been put in to AD; a future customer/user perhaps.

 

This came from an Adobe forum user called dissidently.


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Try the new app "Affinity Designer". It's literally the best use of Modifier keys I've seen for drawing vectors. Lightyears ahead of Adobe products. He seems suitably impressed with the effort that's been put in to AD; a future customer/user perhaps.

 

This came from an Adobe forum user called dissidently.

 

'He' also said this:

 

"Adobe has found the worst way to do it. And stuck to it."

 

Which is probably the truest thing ever said about path editing in Adobe apps.

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You know that we display most of the modifier keys on the status bar as you hover over various objects. So, rather than having a (very large) single list we show them on demand.  For a lot of our tools, if you hover over a handle it should give you the modifier keys available at that moment for that handle.

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Maybe you could create a button in the toolbar which the user could press and it would simply bring up the shortcut key picture posted in the first post for reference? Sounds stupid, but when you're using the program for the first time it would be helpful. Just a thought.

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For the benefit of anyone subscribed to this thread, I've just updated Kate's original post with links to new cheat sheets :)

 

Cheers, Dale

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