Affinity 2.0 released!

That’s my argument against non-native apps. It constantly annoys my how microsoft does spell checking and also no keyboard shortcuts work; but I digress.

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YES! A good craftsman always blames the tool!

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Only people who can’t just move (designers in agencies) or don’t have time to learn new software. Plus, when you are using it for decades it’s hard to let go of Photoshop. It took me a long time to get used to Affinity Photo since they have different ways of doing things. With Affinity Designer, it was easy that I no longer use Illustrator after 20 years of using the app.

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Yes he does! For only a craftsman knows when a tool is truly awful.

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Complicated, pro software that is the industry standard, but it is “truly awful” because it doesn’t support control - a/e. Ok. :wink: (Never mind that it has a million other keyboard shortcuts that are more relevant for what it is doing.)

This is like when people here say Numbers is just as good as Excel.

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You mean it isn’t?! 🫢

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It’s better than Excel.

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That’s why Apple’s accounting department doesn’t even use it.

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They still have an abacus :grin:

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Have to say that I’ve used affinity designer to produce all our Christmas literature and it’s been great. It’s opened all my photoshop and illustrator docs perfectly. I have an old machine and it’s pretty zippy too.

Kudos to Affinity

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