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    [Designer] Interface icons rendering issues

    Sure, here they are:
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    [Designer] Interface icons rendering issues

    That's not it either :( These are my Performance settings:
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    [Designer] Interface icons rendering issues

    Hi Sean, thanks for your reply. I do not run the software on RDC, so that's not the cause of this. As far as software that I had installed before the problem existed, there wasn't anything out of the ordinary. In the time frame I've had Teamviewer installed, but uninstalling didn't do it for me (neither did uninstalling everything that's older than a month).
  4. Hi there, since about a week or so, the interface icons aren't rendered correctly. When starting the program, nearly all icons are inverted: When I've opened a document (new or existing) some of the tool-icons are appearing as they should: And when I've selected an object or layer, some more icons are being rendered correctly: I've tried rebooting my pc, uninstall/reboot/install and removing the 1.0 folder from AppData\Roaming\Affinity\Designer, but nothing has seemed to help so far. Is there anything else I can try? Kind regards, Maarten
  5. I would like to see this expand/collapse all fucntionality for other panels as well, e.g. the Assets, Character or Paragraph Panel!
  6. Hi, upon starting the program the assets panel always shows the iOS10 category. I would like to be able to set a default assets category though, since I almost exclusively work in one category with our company assets. Is this something that's on the roadmap, or am I missing something big? Thanks in advance, Maarten
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