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  1. There are no Artboards in Publisher (same in Photo), so there is no value to change for that slider. I dont know why its in the Prefs, it only makes sense in Designer...
  2. Yes, thats a good idea. Gonna go with this, saves me a lot of time... Thank you, that helped me a lot.
  3. Not sure if I got this right, but I think I am having the same question here. I need all the corners to be sharp. The inside corners are round and they should be sharp to be consistent with the outer ones. But I cant find a setting to achieve this. My initial question:
  4. I need the round inner corners to be sharp like the outer corners but I cant find a way to achieve this.
  5. to reproduce this, macOs switch automatically depending on daytime. When I switch manually in macOs settings, all works as it should...
  6. So far so good, the settings for dark and light apply on manual switching like they should. Now it is on Default OS. When MacOS now switches to dark or light mode, AD should switch to its dark or light setting automatically. But then the background does not get the correct settings. When switching to darkmode for example, AD switches to darkmode but the artboard background gets a light grey. And vice versa when switching back to light, it gets a dark grey background. But this occurs only when MacOS switches automatically depending on daytime. When I switch in MacOs Settings manually between dark and light, AD sets everything correctly. DarkMode_720.mov
  7. Updated today to 1.9.0 and the mentioned issue is gone. AD feels as responsive as it was before. The update solves the problem.
  8. I tried and tested now for a few days, but it does not work. First, I set t the desired settings in AD Settings > UI Style for "light" and "dark". When switching manually between the two, the correct settings are applied, but when I activate "Default OS" and let AD switch the settings automatically when the os appearance of my mac changes, the Artboard background always gets the opposite color setting as shown in my screenshots. After the system once did a auto-switch, then the manual switching does not work either. It also sets the wrong (opposite) artboard background colors. I even adjusted the the settings when my mac was in the matching appearance. Set the dark settings in darkmode and the light ones in light. Does not help either. Am I doing something wrong or does anybody else encounter the same behaviour?
  9. Thank you loukash. I perform a few facepalms for myself and then I enjoy what I just learned...
  10. I can confirm this issue. When working without Artboards, AD sets the UI including the background color matching the active Mac OS appearance (automatic or manual switching in macOs settings).When working with Artboards, AD sets the UI color correctly, but the Artboard background gets the opposite colors. Light UI -> Dark Artboard Background | Dark UI -> light Artboard Background. Long story short. It works perfectly when working without Artboards. With Artboards the Background colors are set wrong and need to be adjusted manually in AD settings.
  11. Thank you soloabner, that shows exactly what I mean...
  12. Sorry, have to correct myself, just tested again, and it does become worse when working with larger files.
  13. Hi Sean, Thanks for the message. It is not document specific, I tried it on a few brand new documents and it is always the first stroke that has a delay. Then it occurs sporadically with the lags when drawing or moving objects. The saving delay has no reproducible pattern. It happens sometimes after small edits as well as after multiple edits. The strange thing, it does not become worse when working with large documents. No, I did not update to 1.9 yet. I am cautious now. waited almost two months with the big sur update and still experience the mentioned problems. Cant afford when it would become worse. Big sur seems to be a tough one for all the developers.
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