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  1. Are the brushes reasonably usable in the 1.9 version? As there is some hardware acceleration present in the most recent version.
  2. CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600X RAM: 32 GB DDR4-3600 GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX970
  3. On my current desktop (to be replaced at the end of this year) i7-2600; 16GB RAM; NVIDIA Geforce GTX970; Windows 10
  4. I would also smaller increments for the rotation. It would be great if we are able to set the increment size.
  5. I've added two clips showing what I mean by aligning to an orhogonal or isometric grid. You could ofcourse combine align to grid with snap to grid. The app I've used for these clips is Concepts. align_isometric.mov align_ortho.mov
  6. Look at the rhino forum, you need the wip version: https://discourse.mcneel.com/t/what-export-option-to-use-to-get-rhino-into-affinity-designer/38872/54
  7. @Calina Bell have you tried the app concepts, there you can set line smoothing from 0 to 100%. 0% is handdrawn. I like concepts very much for sketching, and it is a vector app.
  8. @walt.farrell I always use 300 dpi, and mostly one of the A-sized (A1- A4) documents/artboards.
  9. Thanks @ProDesigner for your research, the zoom levels in AD for a document with sizes in mm display as 50% in navigator actually is 100% on screen and 100% in navigator is 200% on screen.
  10. I have trouble understanding what the zoom level in the navigator studio means. If I have created a document canvas with a width and height in mm and a grid of 10 mm, I would expect to see a grid of 10 mm at a zoom level of 100%. But AD gives a grid of about 20 mm at 100%. Is there a setting I am missing?
  11. I would like to have the option to align the pencil and the vector brush strokes to the grid while drawing the curve. This way we can use the brush dynamics and have more sketchlike drawing, instead of using the pen tool.
  12. Hi @sourav I use a iPad Air 3 for AD and AP. I use documents containing multiple artboards, with multiple layers. And I place or copy vector curves from pdf’s (AutoCAD output or from concepts.app). I don’t experience behaviour that I would expect from a lack of memory. And I am able to open and edit every sample file without a problem. edit: AP runs les smoothly on the sample files (I tried the rabbit Magicians and the floating fishes sample files) provided by Serif. AP crashed when scaling/rotating/zooming multiple layer groups.
  13. Yes, so can Inkscape if you don't have access to illustrator.
  14. Hi @Artsketch, Do you have a small sample, I am curious how that looks. I think I know what you are talking about. When using vector brushes I get annoying hooks, I can sort of workaround those by using a short rope stabilizer. But it doesn't work great. And just tried it for the pixel brush a short rope stabilizer sort of solves the blobs, I think. BUT drawing gets more 'viscous' (couldn't think of a better word).
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