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  1. Hi Sean P, I recognized this in Affinity Designer only. I can upload a screen capture video if this is of any help. The screen resolution is set to 1920x1200 (recommended). Screen is connected via mini display port. Resolution of the notebook lcd is set to 1920x1080 (recommended).
  2. According to the tutorial video (link below) it should be possible to change the destination folder of a slice by editing its name. This can be seen at 5:30 in the video. I cannot get this to work. The export persona and the "Slices" tab are open. When I change the name of a slice from "My Slice" to "path/My Slice" then AD writes "path_My Slice" as the new slice name. The other slices are not affected like shown in the video. I also noticed that the "path" field is only relevant if I use "Export Slices". The Buttons "Click to export this size" and "Click to export all formats..." ignore the path setting. This seems to be counter intuitive to me. Affinity Designer Windows 10 ( )
  3. Hi, I'm experiencing a strange problem here. I've got the following setup: - Windows 10 - Lenovo Notebook - external LCD from LG (24MB65PY) - Affinity Designer When I use Affinity Designer on the external LCD the blinking cursor does not get always shown. To reproduce the issue do the following: 1) select an object 2) click on the input field "W" in the transform panel (now the width gets selected, blue highlight) 3) press the left arrow key (now the selection vanishes and there is no blinking cursor) The same thing sometimes happens after using the backspace key. On the notebook screen this behaviour does not happen. It seems to be related to the external LCD. In the Windows system settings the scaling is set to 100%.
  4. Hello, I've encountered the following issue in the Develop Persona of Affinity Photo 1.4.3: I have a .DNG File from a Ricoh Caplio GR III camera. The image was taken as portrait. The format in the Mac Finder is portrait, so shown correctly. When I open the image in Affinity Photo it is displayed in landscape mode (portrait mode rotated to the left by 90 degrees). When I go to the Overlays Panel and use the Overlay Paint Tool, I cannot paint over the right part of the image. The image has 3672x2748px. I can only paint an overlay rectangle of 2748x2748px. Rotation of the image does not change the behaviour (View > Rotate Right). Maybe someone can check this. Thanks.
  5. The following happened next: I tried to create a new slice and AD crashed. After reopening all my slices were gone. All export settings were reset to standard (png).
  6. Hello, I'm trying to export my Affinity Designer file to PDF. Unfortunately all I get is an old version of the document. That means I exported (pdf slices and whole doc as pdf), made changes, made a snapshot and now I'm trying to export again. What I get is the version from the first snapshot. Is this behaviour already known? Maybe some kind of caching issue? I'm on mac with Affinity Designer 1.4.2.
  7. I would also love an interface to Framer JS. Being able to easily import graphic assets into your prototyping tool is golden. A good workflow saves a lot of time. It would be great if you could add this to Affinity Designer... :)
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