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  1. Thanks! I do remember having those, but they must've dissapeared along with an update..
  2. Sorry to dig up an old thread, but where did you find this brush? I can't see it in any of the categories..
  3. Thank you both for your help - I just remembered that the classic RDP still exists of course, so I tried that one instead of the new fancy win10 one - solved the issue immediately..!
  4. No, I meant there's probably alot of Affinity users around the world remoting into their office computer, which has Affinity on it
  5. I have no idea, but I'm guessing it's a fair few more now, when everybody and their grandma is confined to home office in most parts of the world..
  6. Thanks for taking the time man, but still no luck here.. Could it be a VPN/RDP issue? I'm remoting into work, where Affinity is installed.
  7. Hi, I've been reading up on the "select objects that intersect with marquee"-options, because I'm working on some drawings exported from CAD, meaning every little object is like 1000 "curves". However, I've tried everything - pressing both buttons before dragging - pressing one before the other - releasing one before the other etc etc.. But the result is the same - there is simply no modification going on at all. Intersecting objects are never selected. I've tried left mousebutton on the external mouse and right on the mousepad. I've tried within layers and groups, I've tried with shift/alt/ctrl pressed, but still no luck. What am I doing wrong? PS; I cannot leave it enabled in tools options, unless there's a shortcut key to enable/disable. EDIT: I just tried enabling it in options, and using rmb to toggle it off, but that doesn't work either. It's like the right-click isn't registering at all, but it does on a normal right-click anywhere on the screen.
  8. THANK YOU! I've been struggling with this exact problem, getting parallel, but also intersecting lines. Awesome! I tried drawing letters with two strokes enabled, and now it's easy as a breeze..! EDIT: PS, I also just discovered you can draw open ended roads by setting one stroke to "butt cap" and the other to "square cap"
  9. Thank you, it works..! Now if only that exact same function were available for vector masks everything would be better.
  10. Is this feature still not on the steps? It seems like such a logical feature, to be able to mask a path/shape out, not masking everything but that path/shape.. The workaround always have me creating much more complex paths to remove something. Let's say I want to hide a circle in a pixel png, I need to produce(via subtract) a shape that encompasses the whole image except the circle, instead of just creating the circle and hit "reverse mask". Is this complicated to implement?
  11. Exactly, this was an example - it's mostly a problem while tracing something, I'd like to curve a single line on the fly without curving the next or previous one.
  12. Do we have any idea at all when it's due to release? I can't seem to find any ETA..
  13. Thanks! It seems what you're doing here is essentially creating an extra node, which is an OK solution I guess. My pen tool does not snap to the grid like yours, however..
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