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  1. OK, happy to hear I'm not alone here. Yes, I was not so much concerned about a new, blank document, but specific projects with their specific, dedicated document swatches that were last selected.
  2. I have two existing projects, Project A and Project B. Expected behavior: Exporting from Project A saves to Project A's folder; exporting from Project B saves to Project B's folder, e.g.: C:/Project A/file_of_ProjectA.jpg C:/Project B/file_of_ProjectB.jpg This is what happens when I open either Project A or Project B 'from scratch', that is Affinity Designer was closed beforehand. Observed behavior when I first open Project A, close Project A but leave Affinity Designer open, then open Project B, and make the first export of the second project: C:/Project A/file_of_ProjectB.jpg I obviously can change the export path manually to Project B, but if I forget to do so I must later search for the exported file on my hard drive in whatever project was opened first (in this case Project A).
  3. When I open Affinity Designer with a new document, Export Persona correctly updates the destination folder for the relevant file. But if I close the document, leave Affinity Designer open, and open a new file, Affinity Designer will export to the directory of the previous file what causes confusion when later searching for the exported files on the hard drive. I am not sure if this is intended behavior or not, if so please ignore this message.
  4. This is a minor issue, but it would be nice if the program remembered the last active document swatch at startup and wouldn't always resort to the default grayscale swatch.
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