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  1. Sorry to hear that monema! I've tried just about everything, save throwing a brick at it. XD Still having issues. I was hoping that by starting this thread we could bring attention to this problem. And maybe find a solution.
  2. Here is a video of a bunch of examples and a document I have worked on. It's a little long. I will note, performance tends to lag when I'm in the groove, working rapidly, and/or adjusting things here and there, like for this logo project. Desktop_2020_06.13_-_15_10_20_01.mp4 Mom's logos.afdesign
  3. I have been using Affinity Designer for several months, but recently, out of the blue, it lost all the familiar smoothness and snappiness I've come to expect from Affinity. I tried restarting the program and then factory resetting the program. After still experiencing issues, I uninstalled and reinstalled the program. No sign of change. I uninstalled all my fonts, due to a suggestion on the forums. Nothing worked. I then uninstalled and install a previous version of Affinity Designer, and still didn't see any improvement. Although I haven't had any crashing or tools break, it's uncomfortable to use the application. I then switched to trying to use Affinity Publisher and Photo, but unfortunately, those programs are mysterious behaving exactly like Designer. Lag, screen tearing, slow loading times, and rendering failure. My Specs: OS: Windows 10 Home CPU: Intel Core i7-8700 Motherboard: ASUS TUF Z390-PLUS GAMING (Wi-Fi) RAM: 16.0 GB Storage: Intel M.2 SSD GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Monitor: Dell Gaming (165 FPS, GSYNC, and 1 mil-sec response time)
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