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Gregor Döhnert

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  1. But I had the same problem. Whenever I tried to change the height of the last row it in fact increased it's visible size. The editor for the cell height added the number I had just typed in to the current height. And if I clicked on the arrows at the right of the field it increased the size independent of which arrow I clicked on. After I have deleted the last row, the height of the row before – now the last one – increased it's size immediately and started to show the same behaviour as the deleted last row. An undo step had the same effect. I quit the application and opened the document again: As soon as the document was on the screen the last row increased it's size visibly. I managed to set up a new table without that behaviour. I only saw this behaviour again when I copied a cell or a row into the last row. I could prevent to see the same behaviour with an undo step. Maybe it has something to do with the differemce between pasting a cell or a row. This is the only hint I have for that strange behaviour. (Macbook Pro 15', middle of 2014 with MacOSX Mojave 10.14.5
  2. I have the same problem currently with Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo on my MacBook Pro - and my problem is that the tool which dominates is the View Tool. This is somehow irritating, although I'm not sure whether I make some mistake, because I'm rather new to these apps.
  3. It might be, that in a workflow with publisher all works out fine. Still I'm astonished that I can not change the image size in affinity photo, if I like to see it's size in cm or mm and change the resolution with 'Resample Image' unchecked. in fact, it seems like it changes the size of the image anyway if I chose cm or mm and change the resolution …
  4. I have the same problem some times with Affinity Designer and with Affinity Photo in the newest versions for Mac OS Mojave on a MacBook Pro (Retina, 15', Mitte 2014).