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  1. Hey everyone! When importing a symbol from another file (copy and paste), Designer crashes. I am using iPad mini 5, iOS 13.4.1, Designer 1.7.1. Best wishes, Shu
  2. Hey everyone! The background color is bright even though the normal UI is set to dark. This isn't great to work with. I am using iPad mini 5, iOS 13.4.1, Designer 1.7.1. Best wishes, Shu
  3. Hey everyone! When moving objects from symbols and trying to detach them, some of them will not be detached. I have to duplicate those items to be able to detach them. Frequently, this and trying to resize the detached objects will crash Designer. I am using iPad mini 5, iOS 13.4.1, Designer 1.7.1. Best wishes, Shu
  4. Hey everyone! When moving an object inside a symbol and undoing, it's a symbol outside of the symbol. I am using iPad mini 5, iOS 13.4.1, Designer 1.7.1. Best wishes, Shu
  5. Hey everyone! When setting snappig mode to true, the setting will not be saved, even with "Synchronise tools across files" enabled. I am using iPad mini 5, iOS 13.4.1, Designer 1.7.1. Best wishes, Shu
  6. @R C-R I also read your comment here: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/78555-affinity-designer-ipad-for-iphone-split/&do=findComment&comment=507425 I think the main issue in me explaining this is that Procreate has a very different approach of handling UI than traditional software UI, which is most of Affinity's UI. I do understand the concern about finger to screen size ratio, but that's just an issue with locked UI. Procreate is very excessive in showing you only what you need, which makes it very much both screen space efficient and workflow efficient. P
  7. I do think it's not an issue of too small screen size. Personally, I would even prefer the size of the display of the iPhone SE, with there being much larger phones now, which I find very inconvenient. The reason I think both Designer and Photo could run flawlessly on a 4.7 inch iPhone is that UI doesn't need to be scaled, as I described here:
  8. Keep in mind, though, the iPhone version of Procreate does indeed use a different UI layout than the iPad version. It's not just scaled down to the small screen size. The layers, for example, have similar real world size and the checkboxes seem like exactly the same size on iPhone SE as on iPad mini 5. Just like I mentioned in another topic, this would require Serif to overhaul the UI so that it suits the iPhone experience. Just uploading a current build that's checked for iPhone as well wouldn't do. That said, I don't face any problems using the iPhone SE digital keyboard. So you may be rig
  9. I'm not sure what you mean by that. The display size of iPad mini 2, 3, 4 and 5 are the same, the resolution is the same and the aspect ratio is the same. (source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_iOS_devices#iPad_Mini) The most notable difference is the much faster CPU used by iPad mini 5 and 1GB more RAM for 5 compared to 4, the latter of which may only be accessible by the OS. That range of CPU power is available to iPhones as well, though. Especially when considering 2018 iPad 9.7 inch (6th generation), which does run Photo and Designer: iPad mini 5: 2,49 GHz hexa-core
  10. I have been working on similar paintings for months and I do know the average amount of time I need for one of those. I have been using iPad mini 2, iPad 9.7 inch (2018), iPad mini 5, iPhone SE (the latter of which has smaller than the smallest iPhone screen size available at the moment) and when working with Procreate (or Procreate Pocket for iPhone), I haven't been any slower on iPhone than on iPad, not to mention being slower on mini compared to 9.7 inch. When working on details, you may need to pan and zoom some more the smaller the screen (if necessary at all, even that's depending on the
  11. Thanks for your reply! Unfortunately, I cannot confirm that the touch "flatness" is responsible for this happening when I am working, since I am mostly using the sides of the tips of my fingers (rather pointy as well, just like the finger tips themselves). I will try to see if flatness makes things even worse, though. Maybe this will be an indicator. I do think this is an issue on the iOS side, however, one that you should be able to have at least some influence on. For example, I am getting this issue more frequently using Affinity software than when using Procreate in a similar manner (w
  12. Hey everyone! It would be great if there was an option to "Edit in Publisher" for Designer and Photo. Best wishes, Shu
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