Posted 24.11.2016 @ 1.39PM
Would likely be to do with Google Webmaster Tools, have you checked that out?
I haven't looked at that aspect myself, but going on what he's saying I'm guessing you can link a website with various Google social media accounts, which would seem to make sense.
Posted 17.11.2016 @ 5.39PM
That extra step solves the copying selection issue, but opening a new doc still opens at screen size rather than copied selection size.
But at least I know where to ask about that now... cheers.
Posted 17.11.2016 @ 12.30PM
One basic function I could do with Affinity Photo today that I do quite a lot for various purposes:
1) Take screengrab.
2) Open Affinity, create new document, paste screengrab into new doc.
3) Using Marquee tool, create a rectangle around a part of the screen grab.
4) Cntrl C (or Edit > Copy).
5) Open new document... this is when it topped working like Photoshop...
In Photoshop, this new document would default to the size of the area I've just copied, the area highlighted by the Marquee tool. Unfortunately looks like in Affinity the "copy" step doesn't recognise the Marquee tool area, and simply either copies the whole area, or copies nothing.
End result the new document is the same size as the original screen grab, and pasting pastes the entire screen grab.
If anyone can get it working otherwise let me know.
Posted 04.12.2016 @ 12.16PM (Edited 04.12.2016 @ 12.19PM)
Hi @Dave thanks for you reply, only checked this thread today, my email is email@example.com.
Posted 09.11.2016 @ 9.51AM
Hey @Dave - Can I also have a gander at that contact of yours? hire.me[at]elasticdesign.co.nz
@Monkee - I seem to remember there's a thread for Sydney peeps with some recommendations too.
Posted 23.09.2016 @ 5.55PM
Interesting discussion guys. @Dave I have gone through the same scenario with decisions on grids and whether to use flexbox. I tend to use it right now at a component level and for progressive enhancements and not major layouts unfortunately. Those IE numbers are slowly falling :)
This is also a good reference: