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  1. Hi, As a web developer I can assure you that it can make a difference. For example you might want to export an svg image and then animate it using JavaScript. You can animate the path to make it look completely different, but you can only animate position and the size of a circle... It would be nice if you could choose if you want an SVG to be optimized or saved as-is.
  2. Well, just this morning I noticed that this doesn't happen on my desktop PC. But it does on my laptop which I was using during the weekend. I'll make a recording of the issue on the laptop this evening.
  3. It's actually not just Ctrl+T for the Character panel. By default there is also Ctrl+Alt+T which toggles the toolbar and Ctrl+Shift+H for Studio (all open panels). Once you Tab away the UI you can bring back just the toolbar or just the panels, and then clicking Tab will only hide/show the element(s) you toggled just befor (There is no default shortcut for Tools, so you can bring back the toolbar and the panels but you need to go to View menu and use your mouse to show the Tools back again). Screen recording attached: First I clicked Tab to hide the UI, then Ctrl+Shift+H to show panels and the Tab again (only toggles the panels) Recorded on Windows 10 64bit, Designer 1.8.620
  4. Yes, I know, noticed that too. But I think it's actually OK while you are clicking on a single layer (the visibility checkbox is smaller and futher away from the document itselt, so it's quiet convenient for me). But even if it's intended behavior it should not work while selecting multiple layers.
  5. Just found another bug while playing around with Designer. When you click on the layer in "Layers" panel it gets selected. When you click on a layer while holding shift down it's visibility is changed. Expected behavior: If you select one layer and click on another one while holding shift it should select all the layers between the two (including the first selected layer and the last clicked one). What happens: The selection works as expected, but the layer clicked with shift turns invisible (visibility switching shouldn't work while selecting multiple layers). It works this way only if you click on layer thumbnail (clicking on layer name doesn't switch the visibility) but IMO should be consistent.
  6. Hi, I belive there is an issue with touchpad/touchscreen support. Designer version: 1.8.2.620 (just installed the 90-day trial) Windows 10 I'm using a HP Spectre with touchscreen. Both the screen and touchpad are multitouch. Expected behavior: Pinching on both touchpad and touchscreen should zoom-in/out the document. Moving two fingers on the touchscreen should move the document (just like you drag it with a View Tool). Ideally I would see it working the same way on touchpad. What happens: The pinch gesture works correct on the touchscreen (sometimes it stops working though and needs restart) but on touchpad it ALWAYS works ONLY the first time (really curious to me - first zoom-in or out works perfect, after that no gesture on touchpad works like it didn't work at all. After Designer restart there is again one chance to zoom-in/out with touchpad ) Moving with two fingers on touchscreen works sometimes, sometimes it stops working (like zooming on the screen) and sometimes I get only one chance to do it (like the pinch gesture) and then it stops. I've already installed Designer trial some time ago (I believe it was version 1.6) and it had the same issues (it was working exacly the same - or NOT working actually). BTW, I'm happy to see how the Affinity products develop and get better, and this time I'm about to buy it for sure. But really hope this issues would get fixed in the future. Best regards
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