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  1. When resizing any vector brush with click + Alt Gr the brush disappears. The issue doesn't happen in Pixel Persona nor Affinity Photo.
  2. Exactly the same problem here. I am using version, but the issue is occurring since the launch of version 1.7.
  3. I'd like to suggest you to create a simple method to connect the C point perpendicular to the AB segment. If you need some inspiration Coreldraw has a pretty decent way to do that - direct and intuitive. BTW, measuring tools would be great too.
  4. Thanks for the suggestion, Elfred. I'll definitely make a request to simplify this!
  5. After working a few minutes in an illustration with my Wacom Intuos Pro Medium tablet, I was unable to select tools or menu options -- anyway, the software keeps working with the last tool selected. I had to quit AD using ALT-F4. The issue occurs the same way with new and old files. If I use my Logitech mouse the problem does not occur (apparently). Had to downgrade to version Hope the new version gets fixed soon.
  6. I'm using the latest version of Affinity Photo:
  7. This is weird, because I don't have that option on my screen!
  8. I found the following reference to the custom wet brush on Affinity Photo Help / Modifying Brushes: "Wet edges—sets the default 'wet edge' behavior of the brush. Select from the pop-up menu. Check Custom and apply a preset or custom profile, which subtly changes how watery the stroke appears." But I can't find a "Custom" option on the pop-up menu... Maybe I am doing something wrong?
  9. Oops, you are right! Anyway, can you please tell me what is this new feature? And how can I use it?
  10. Thanks for the quick reply! Just one more question: what is this new feature "Custom brush wet edges"? If I'm not mistaken, this was already available on older versions, wasn't it?
  11. What is this new feature "Align to key items"? Where is it located?
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