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2 months 1 week ago #720846 by Nikon Shooter
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2 months 1 week ago #720865 by db3348
Can't easily decide  which I think is better ,  apart from in #1 I consider (respectfully ) the text to be too close to the hourglass,  perhaps shift to the right by , say, 5 mm.
What sort of text-placement accuracy control does your Affinity (?) software have ?


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2 months 1 week ago #720869 by Nikon Shooter

db3348 wrote: Can't easily decide  which I think is better…


Affinity Publisher that is and in regard to text placement, it has nothing
to envy iD I was using years ago.

The 12,5 mm margin around the page or spread is not really flexible at
the publisher's request… but maybe a condensed version of the type-
face will cut it if it does not reduce readability.

Tx for that David. :P

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2 months 1 week ago #720875 by Nikon Shooter

Nikon Shooter wrote: …t maybe a condensed version of the typeface will cut it if it does not reduce readability.


I just tried that and it proves to be a proper solution… thanks again! :P

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2 months 1 week ago #721153 by peterock33
From a strictly visual standpoint, the second one has more balance to my eye, but I really love the lighting and exposure of that hourglass.... definitely magazine quality. :thumbsup:


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2 months 1 week ago #721227 by Nikon Shooter
Thanks again, Peter! :P

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