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  1. First off, I'm loving Affinity Designer 2! Thank you Serif :)

    I've recently been working quite a bit with gradients and have some thoughts on improving the feature. As it is right now you have to click on the Fill colour in the context toolbar or Appearance tab to get a more detailed gradient view.


    There are two issues.

    1). The gradient view closes if you click outside of the view.

    2). The gradient view is very small (especially the colour range) and it's impossible picking a specific node in the range if you have many.

    A solution to this would be to have a seperate Gradient tab (just like Colour/Swatches/Strokes/etc). This would allow for a clearer and larger view of all the gradient settings. It would even be great if each node could be selected from a list allowing for more control over how the gradient looks.

    Just my thoughts :)


  2. I don't know if this has been reported already, but thought I'd report my first bug 🙂

    I discovered that if you set any kind of pressure profile on a path that has rounded sharp corners; it breaks the stroke of that path. Both lines have round caps and joins. Interestingly enough you get a correct result when you expand the stroke.



    I'm currently using Windows version


    Thank you Serif for such an awesome program!

  3. I'm wondering if there are any plans on adding a sixth operation that removes the overlapping object from the lower object, but both objects remain after the operation?

    Currently I have to make a duplicate of the overlapping object and then use one of the objects to subtract from another shape. It's not the biggest deal. It would just be a nice feature to have. Especially if you're working with transparencies and don't want the objects underneath to be visible.

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