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  1. Yes, that is exactly what I am talking about. The concept of rasterizing an image seems, in my humble opinion, outdated. AD can definitely work with comps of multiple resolutions, imagine dropping in images and never worrying about working at highest res, because they always are at source resolution. Everything is best-res, and the pixel preview shows you the "flattened" preview. I find, it would be sick :) [edit:] I find, I also live in a dream lol
  2. I love AD, but some little annoyances have become really abrasive over time. Here is my list of things that really really get to me. After writing the list, I realize it could be read as an angry post, it is not. I am not *angry* or something, just annoyed :) AD is a great peice of software and I love it, I just wish it dealt better with the little details that affect workflow and work speed greatly (the repetitive stuff). All effects and dialogs start at 0. Why!? For example feathering, why not put a good default value like 1? Who uses feather at 0? Same goes for shadows/outlines/all
  3. Please. No need to hide under an un-precise tool :(
  4. Affinity Designer is great, great I say! Exporting icons would be great too! XD
  5. I've read a thread about a full animation system which is way out-of-scope. But, a simple layer to frame animated gif export would be handy and quite welcomed. Also completely non-intrusive. Thank you
  6. Alright then, I'll report it to apple next time. Cheers
  7. Working on a 8x8 pixel image. Had 1 pixel layer. Transparent background. Save document > create folder > crashed. Process: Affinity Designer [4241] Path: /Applications/Affinity Designer.app/Contents/MacOS/Affinity Designer Identifier: com.seriflabs.affinitydesigner Version: 1.4.2 (1.4.3) App Item ID: 824171161 App External ID: 817630376 Code Type: X86-64 (Native) Parent Process: ??? [1] Responsible: Affinity Designer [4241] User ID: 501 Date/Time: 2016-
  8. The team has to sit down and design the greatest arrow tool ever. I don't expect anything less from them as the whole software proves they're capable. They just need to put some time aside for it. So please team managers, your current arrow tool is an insult, make some time for a new arrow tool Done Right TM
  9. Hello again, I know this is the weirdest, most "out-of-date-format" request, but I've been working with ppm a ton lately (mapping stuff). I only ask about these formats because they are ridiculously easy to support. Like, a few hours (maximum) to integrate. Considering OS X preview doesn't support them, it would add yet another selling point for affinity designer. I don't expect this to be high priority (if even considered), but maybe someday you have a few minutes to spare on this ^_^ Cheers! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netpbm_format
  10. Well I'm talking about the only way to make arrows right now (arrow object thing) ;) I wish AD becomes the BEST arrow software in existence, it's not like the team hasn't proven their talent and forward thinking in many other areas. So yes, +1 to arrow line tool (a-la Skitch). But also, arrow heads for paths. Making curved arrows is unconventionally tedious! Even Illustrator has overly complex and tedious arrows :( [edit:] So the roadmap mentions arrow heads, but not a rework of the arrow tool (arrow shape tool). This has to be rethought, the tool is painful.
  11. The current arrow tool is horrendous, nuff said :P My preferred tool for arrows is in Skitch (it is free on App Store). How they do it is: click (arrow begins) -> drag (form arrow) -> release click (arrow points here). It is super natural and fast. Also, every single path brush should have arrow heads. Thank you. Arrows a major pain point, but of course you guys rock and keep it up! :)
  12. Great! I'm glad you could reproduce it :) It definitely feels worst because the whole app is so snappy! hehe
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