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I got some feature requests...

1. Overprint Mode: In Indesign, the shortcut is W. It hides all the guide line so you can see the final result without any distraction, I think this is essential.

2. Bleed View: We've been asking for this since the launch of Affinity Designer, I'm not sure if it is integrated in Publisher cause I couldn't find it.

3. Text Columns: In Indesign, CMD+B, in Publisher, Paragraph Studio. I really hope it'll be possible to get column settings in Paragraph settings and Paragraph Style.

4. Auto resize frame to fit content: In Indesign, Option+CMD+C. This is a tedious and necessary work.

5. Hide texts outside the frame: Instead of seeing a bunch of text hanging outside the frame, I'd rather get a error mark on the frame.

 

Beside that: So... this is how the windows interact now?

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Instead of sliding down from the top bar, Publisher creates one another floating windows, and they can not be grouped with other "Studio" which is kinda confusing.

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I've used every Affinity software, including the iPad ones, and Publisher looks promising too! I'll keep updating the post as I learning more about Publisher, thanks for the great work!

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1. Ctrl+W (or Ctrl+Shift+W on Windows) hides the guides and other distractions.

4. Double-click on the bottom centre or right middle adjustment handle.

5. There are already various options for displaying, hiding, or overflowing excess text.


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Affinity Designer 1.7.0.367 • Affinity Photo 1.7.0.367 • Windows 10 Home (4th gen Core i3 CPU)
Affinity Photo for iPad 1.7.0.135 • Affinity Designer for iPad 1.7.0.9 • iOS 12.3.1 (iPad Air 2)

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5 minutes ago, αℓƒяє∂ said:

1. Ctrl+W (or Ctrl+Shift+W on Windows) hides the guides and other distractions.

4. Double-click on the bottom centre or right middle adjustment handle.

5. There are already various options for displaying, hiding, or overflowing excess text.

Wow! Thanks for the help!

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