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Marc Edwards
Founder and designer at . Currently building .
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Marc Edwards Aug 17
Replying to @zoink
Congrats and congrats!
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @mikeindustries
2015.
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @parkerhendo @shiffman
Thank you! I highly recommend ’s The Coding Train videos: I’m also planning on posting more source code and writing some blog posts about my process. Some source code here:
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @tobiasfriese
Not a problem at all!
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @r3s3t
Gah. You’d think they’d get that right.
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Awesome! Great to hear. No more CEP? (FWIW, I typically create new docs via an action, so the delays haven’t been an issue for me!)
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @brian_lovin
Yeah, it’d be possible to use an image as input. Can be whatever you’d like. 😀
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @darkwark
Cheers!
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @marcedwards
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @marcedwards
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @UARRR
DESIGN. PROTOTYPE. SH…
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @Smutchings
Sketch and Affinity Designer love having as many CPU cores as possible, so the quad core 13-inch MacBook Pros are a good option.
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @dukecavinski
Thanks! Hopefully one day soon. 😀
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @Chrisedmo
I am glad they can be disabled.
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @Chrisedmo
Yeah, those new ones are bad. I think they’ve actually *improved* a bit since they initially released the new windows. They used to take ~3 seconds!
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @marcedwards
Here’s how those welcome and new document windows fit on 13-inch MacBook Airs and MacBook Pros (Apple’s most popular Macs). Note that XD’s window doesn’t fit. HOW DID THAT SHIP?!
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @marcedwards
Affinity Designer’s window can be interacted with quickly, but it’s still jarring to have content appear after a few seconds. Figma isn’t shown, because it doesn’t really have a welcome or new document view.
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @marcedwards
It seems wild that this needs to be tested, but some welcome and new document windows take a while to open. Affinity Designer loads content via the network on first launch.
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @TheRyanSnowden
Also, it can be handy to use larger numbers of objects or points, because measuring by frames makes it less accurate when the values are small. But, even small delays when using a tool can be annoying. I think this stuff matters!
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Marc Edwards Aug 16
Replying to @philletourneau
❤️ More coming!
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