I may have mentioned before that I am not perfect? And that I figure things out but only to the point that I can do them without a lot of wasted time?
So, anyway, this week I was trying to figure out my next project and I thought I would tackle updating my Affinity books for Affinity 2.0 while I do so. At least the book formatting ones. As I mentioned, they moved things around and also changed the appearance of a few key things.
In the process of doing that, I realized I made a terminology mistake in the first books. I thought all the little dockable task panes they have were what they called studios. But they’re not. They call them panels.
My confusion came from the fact that they were all, in the original Affinity, listed under a Studio secondary dropdown menu. They changed that in 2.0 which made me have a lightbulb moment and realize that they have always been called panels and are considered components of a studio not the studio itself.
Sorry about that.
I don’t think it materially impacted anyone’s ability to use the program. At least no one has yelled at me about it yet. But since I’m fixing that error in this round and will probably do a bridging video for the video course folks, I did want to mention it as soon as I realized it.