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lukasoppermann

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  1. Sadly this does not help me at all. I want multiple panels open and the tabs just make it impossible because of of my screen size.
  2. Yes, that is a workaround for the copy fx. However it is not the same from a workflow perspective. When iterating fast, it is very cumbersome to have to do this every time. Additionally this is not helping for moving the fx.
  3. Ohh, I did not find it in the Forum. But happy to hear others need this too. In my opinion this is a vital workflow improvement.
  4. Customizing the studio space is very important, especially for small screens. Illustrator has quite an awesome feature that affinity designer is missing. You can create a second studio with minimized (icons only) panels that pop-open when clicked. This saves a lot of space but makes them much easier accessible compared to only the tabs in affinity (often you even have a scrollable tab bar). The benefit is that you can have your big panels on the very right and expand one additional panel on the inner right studio. This males working soooo much easier. It would be great if you could add this feature.
  5. I know that I can duplicate a layer by cmd + drag. However this does not seem to work in the players panel. This is a very handy feature in illustrator as it allows to duplicate a layer without moving it and immediatly changing the order of it. I know I can cmd + j do duplicate and move it afterwards, but since this is a very often used thing, it makes working quite annoying. Please add this.
  6. It would be really helpful if I could copy layer effects to another layer, like in Illustrator. Copy: alt + drag the fx icon (on layer) to a new layer and the effects should be copied. Very often, e.g. when using outlined text this is necessary. Move: drag fx icon (on layer) from one layer to another layer (e.g. to move effects from a layer to parent group
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