20 comments

  • M. AppelmanM. Appelman, 2 years ago

    As a fan and user of Affinity products, I'm excited about this. Keep the sneak peeks coming please!

    8 points
    • BAKA .kidBAKA .kid, 2 years ago

      cmon cmon. i switched to designer and photo when hey launched. can't wait to ditch indesign as well!

      1 point
  • Bobby AndersonBobby Anderson, 2 years ago

    Can it underline text?

    5 points
  • Joe BlauJoe Blau, 2 years ago

    I don't even need this, but I'm buying it because I support Affinity.

    2 points
  • Yannis SteriotisYannis Steriotis, 2 years ago

    Can't wait!!

    1 point
  • Ryan Slama, 2 years ago

    I've been waiting for this one for a long time.

    0 points
  • Bobby AndersonBobby Anderson, 2 years ago

    This looks great, been after a proper InDesign replacement since giving up my Creative Cloud subscription

    0 points
  • Thomas WilhelmThomas Wilhelm, 2 years ago

    So I will finally be able to cancel my Adobe subscription - yeah!

    0 points
  • Todd FTodd F, 2 years ago

    Take my money – Please!

    0 points
  • Dan Raftis, 2 years ago

    As a big InDesign user, excited to see this product evolve. With that being said, did anything in that video wow anyone else... feature wise? Totally understand it's a sneak-peek. Still hopeful!

    0 points
    • BAKA .kidBAKA .kid, 2 years ago

      i didn't see anything wow me. but i am keen to move away from adobe totally and indesign was the only program i still needed from them....

      1 point
    • Paul Bunyar, 2 years ago

      I noticed two things. First, a vertical text box rule. I saw that a rule was created vertically and set to the outside left of the text frame. So, you would do that instead of drawing a separate vertical rule. I don't think InDesign has that.

      Second, did you notice that the effects filter on the photo was "live"? Instead of having to select Multiply or Screen or Overlay individually to view one at a time, you slide over each selection and the change is immediate and "live". Now that is cool.

      0 points
  • Chris JohnsonChris Johnson, 2 years ago

    I'm confused as an Affinity Designer user/lover, why would I buy this when I can do print work in Designer. Unless Publisher will have more auto layout options like text columns etc.

    0 points
    • John Atkin, 2 years ago

      This'll be more of a full-on desktop publishing app, along the lines of InDesign.

      2 points
  • Greg Warner, 2 years ago

    Yes yes yes yes yes

    0 points