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About MrDoodlezz

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  • Birthday 11/19/1989

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    Cartoons & comics, logo & brand design, photo manipulation & digital/analogue drawing.

    Also video games – lots of them. :)

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  1. Hey Chris, thanks for your quick response. Hm, that's too bad. Well, I guess there's no workaround for the backspace? But then again it makes me wonder why is backspace assigned to the Inpaint option by default. And now, that I removed the binding from the Inpaint option in hope that'll allow to assign that shortcut to the fill option the only way to reset is is to reset the whole shortcut-set – including the newly set increasing/decreasing keys which I assigned manually to every tool afterwards. For the decreasing/increasing brush-size shortcuts there's no workaround either to assign them once for every tool? Wouldn't it be convenient to assign the same keys to all tools at the same time or at least offer an option to do so? I don't see why I would want to set differing keys for basically the same function for every tool. Greetings and thanks again Dennis
  2. Hey there community! I've got two bugs right now I assume. First one: if I try to assign the Alt+Backspace command to the "Fill" option it can't record the Backspace for me. It only says Alt+ and then waiting for input. At first I thought it's because the exact same shortcut is assigned to the "Inpaint" option, but even after removing it from there it does not record any other "function"-keys (?) except for numbers and letters, as far as I can tell. Second bug is this one: I'd like to assign , (comma) and . (point/full stop) to any tool that offers the option of changing the brush size via key-input. So what I thought would work is applying those keys to one random tool and check the box "Apply to all", but it's not working. In fact this box does nothing for me right now. A work around for me would be the option of pressing the Alt+Ctrl key and drag, similar to how it's working on Mac, but that doesn't work for me either – maybe I got the wrong buttons and someone can tell me wich ones to press actually to make it work? Edit: I'm working with a german-layout-keyboard btw. Greetings Dennis
  3. Hey guys! Strange … I just wondered about this option as well a few days ago – good to know I’m not the only one who’s missing this feature. Thanks carl123 for pointing this out! It’s good to know there’s a way to expand/collapse all layers/groups/shapes/… – though maybe we can encourage the developers so for a future update they consider adding the opt+click-on-arrow variant which some of us already know from Adobe products and even from Finder on Mac as well, or at least the possibility to assign a shortcut. Right now it just seems a bit strange to me that you need to right-click into a dropdown menu just to find two options that could basically be one option. Greetings Dennis
  4. Hey guys, just today again I really could’ve used this function – or at least very a similar function with the same result – as well. Maybe this could at least get added to the mentioned roadmap? At this point I’d rather have this feature instead of the Mesh Warp filter which I personally find pretty imprecise for a simple perspective transform like shown in the attached file. As I create mostly simplistic and »clean« logos or imagery in apps like AD or AI I never really had any use for it as far as I can recall – but that’s very subjective of course. As Matt already stated it’s a bummer we need come up with work arounds for (simple?) missing features like this. Greetings Dennis perspective_transform.mp4
  5. Hey Andrew, thank you so much for listening, I’m so looking forward for this! Have a spooky evening, Dennis
  6. Hey there. For me this point still doesn't work out as I assumed or hoped. The situation is this: my default/system language is German and the most used symbol for differing decimals is comma – not just that but it's also the symbol on every german keyboard numbpad. But I like to run programs in english (better/international wording for some tools, functions, filters e.g. and just simply my preference). Just now I sat down and did some testing, hoping for enlightenment or at least give me a reason to just go with the german settings. UI set to English: If I type 12,5 (comma) the application will decline the new value. The parameters are set back to the previous value. If I type 12.5 (period) the application will accept the new value. UI set to German (or system language for that matter): If I type 12,5 (comma) the application will accept the new value. If I type 12.5 (period) the application will – also – accept the new value. I find this strange. I expected the German setting to refuse the use of period as a dividing symbol, just as it is the case with comma and the English setting. My question/s: Why is the app behaving like this? Will this get fixed/changed/optimized any time soon? Is it supposed to work like that? What can I do to change it without changing the way my system works? There’s also a topic about this or at least a very similar problem leading to this, dating back three years with some recent activity about this matter – it does apply to both apps btw. Greetings and thanks for the great updates nonetheless Dennis
  7. Count me in on the crashes … can’t save in any format via ⌘+⌥+S, regular saving works though.
  8. Hey there, I’d like to see this option as well! :) Greetings Dennis
  9. Hey tmarq, I don’t understand this either, since it even worked in some previous versions (beta and releases) of AD and AP. Don’t quite understand why it’s not supported at this point, but I’m eagerly waiting for the new release and hope they will reimplement this. :( Greetings Dennis
  10. Hey Fixx, I suppose you're using the latest versions of the apps as well? This is odd, maybe I should consider moving to Finland in that case. ^_^ Greetings Dennis
  11. Thanks, Esteban for recalling this thread. I would also like to know why it's changed back to strictly using either comma or point for specific languages. My preference is using the english UI, but working with a german keyboard layout using comma is much more convenient – this was already working at some point. In every language both inputs where handled correctly, one could enter comma or point with any language. I already was writing to someone at Affinity via Facebook but couldn't find this thread to refer to. Also not much information about the problem or its solution could be given. This problem – again – is really bugging me out and I'm wondering why nobody else is talking about it. Greetings Dennis
  12. Hey guys, the holiday spirit got me and I experimented a little with new symbol palette in Designer. I thought maybe this will be useful for someone out there who’s creating last minute greeting cards, name-tags for presents or other related stuff – or just for fooling around. ;) Here’s an example, an inspirational little how-to clip plus the file. Snowflake Generator.afdesign Happy holidays and enjoy! :) Dennis
  13. Hey cjclip, thank you! :)
  14. Well … a bit late, but hey – there’s always »The Nightmare Before Christmas«. ;) This illustration was created with both apps, Affinity Designer and Photo. I used Frankentoons Texturizer brushes (they're awesome) and finished up with some additional textures and filters from the Google Nik Collection. I also limited my palette to four rather unusual base colours. Let me know what you think. :) Cheers Dennis Oh, I forgot: here’s the sketch I was working on …
  15. Hey Patrick, any idea if options like these will be implemented in the future? Greetings Dennis