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    Unable to assign BACKSPACE to the keyboard shorcuts

    Oh, I see! Well, now that I know I will only open one thread next time.
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    Unable to assign BACKSPACE to the keyboard shorcuts

    Yes, this was my first post about the issue. Then I realized that it was also in Designer and Publisher.
  3. No need for apologies, these things could happen. Is the fix in the work for Photo and Publisher too, as far as you're aware? Thank you!
  4. Thank you very much Gabe!
  5. It's now a recognized bug for the Serif Affinity suite on Windows. It does not work in any of their windows software.
  6. Thanks for your help and time! :-)
  7. Same bug as in Photo. It's impossible to assign the shortcut "ALT + BACKSPACE" or "CTRL + BACKSPACE" to anything. The software just refuses to acknowledge the BACKSPACE when you press it on the keyboard. I double checked the Mac Os version, just to be sure, and it works as expected. No problems at all at assigning the shortcut there. Thank you
  8. Same bug as in Photo. It's impossible to assign the shortcut "ALT + BACKSPACE" or "CTRL + BACKSPACE" to anything. The software just refuses to acknowledge the BACKSPACE when you press it on the keyboard. I double checked the Mac Os version, just to be sure, and it works as expected. No problems at all at assigning the shortcut there. Thank you
  9. It's impossible to assign the shortcut "ALT + BACKSPACE" or "CTRL + BACKSPACE" to anything. The software just refuses to acknowledge the BACKSPACE when you press it on the keyboard. I have tried, of course, removing the same shortcut (ALT + BACKSPACE) from the "Inpaint" tool (which is predefined by default), and then assigning to anything else (Fill with foreground colour in my case). Nothing, it just doesn't work. I double checked the Mac Os version, just to be sure, and it works as expected. No problems at all at assigning the shortcut there. Thank you
  10. I have just verified what happens on my wife's iMac. The Mac OS version works as expected. I was able to customize the shortcuts by assigning "ALT + BACKSPACE" to "Fill with foreground" and "CMD + BACKSPACE" to "Fill with background". So it's definitely a bug with the Windows version.
  11. I am pretty sure it's a bug, trust me.
  12. Well, these choices don't make much sense to be honest with you. If I "accidentally" delete something, or make a mistake, I can always go back (Undo) and I am fine. I have been using Photoshop since v2 (no layers back then), quite a long time I would say. The total customization of the shortcut keys should be in Affinity as well. If you are afraid that some beginner will make mistakes, then preventing the use of certain keys in the shortcut is not the right way to help them, nor a valid excuse. If you want to achieve that kind of "design" choice, then just add a "beginner" level and an "advanced/expert" level option to the general preferences.
  13. This is a simple feature that I thought was already in Photo by default. It's very important and it's missing. I would like to be able to drag a marquee selection from the centre (circular, rectangular...), not just the corner. A shortcut would be nice, like in Photoshop (ALT + DRAG, ALT + SHIFT + DRAG for constraining proportions and so forth). While we are here I would also suggest the option for moving the selection temporarily while creating it (again in Photoshop would be by holding the Space Bar, moving the selection and then releasing the spacebar and carry on the selection creation). Thank you!
  14. Thanks for the answer! That's bad. It leaves everything to eyeballing when it comes to precision, especially the circular marquee.
  15. Hi everybody, Here I am with another noob question. How do I create a marquee selection from the centre, rather than the corner while dragging? I will use Photoshop again as an example: to create the selection from the centre I just hold "ALT" and then drag. If I want it with constrained proportions and create from the centre simultaneously, then I just hold "Shift + ALT" and drag. This is a very important feature. Again, thanks in advance to anyone answering my question!
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