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  1. Well, my bad. I did not know that.. I will go and change the shortcut right away. I guess this post is as good as closed.
  2. Hello, here's my suggestion for Affinity Designer and Photo that I would find very useful: Allow pasting plain text without any styles and formatting using Ctrl + Shift + V shortcut.
  3. That sucks, because when it comes to patterns, you don't always want to deform them every time you rotate or resize object.
  4. Sorry that I didn't clarify - I'm talking about bitmap pattern created using Fill Tool. It's pretty useful tool, but I cannot figure out how to prevent it from stretching the texture.
  5. Hello everyone. Is there a way to resize and rotate a rectangle without stretching the pattern? I know that if you use the Node Tool, patter says intact, but that's not what I'm looking for, I tried to google an answer to this question, but I couldn't find it. So that's why I'm asking here now. Can anybody help me?
  6. Live mesh warp filter - I second that!
  7. Thank you! That's what I was looking for. But what kind of ridiculous shortcut is that.. Any way to change it?
  8. Pressing Alt + Delete doesn't allow me to delete the highlighted node.
  9. IcyPRO

    Problem with Pen Tool

    But shouldn't this be posted in Bugs forum section? Not in Questions?
  10. Best solution would naturally be to have both options: - Affinity way where deleting node preserves surrounding node handle positions - Corel way, where deleting node preserves path form (maybe combination of keys like Ctrl + Del)
  11. Hello, I would like to propose a feature, that I find VERY useful in CorelDraw. When you delete a node, it tries to preserve the line form by modifying surrounding nodes. It is very useful, mainly when you're looking to simplify the lines by deleting unnecessary nodes (simplified lines are much easier to edit afterwards).
  12. Thank you everyone for your answers. Turns out that dragging the line really IS the easiest solution, but instead of dragging it to sides you drag along the line.. If the handle was "deleted" using the ALT key, it doesn't appear. If the handle was manually hidden under the node, it does appear. So this proves me that handle is actually removed and not just hidden under the node.
  13. Ok, so it exists under the node, which I would believe you even without the proof, but the real question is, HOW to get it out from under it? I believe there's no real way to do it, but if that's the case, it should be implemented soon..
  14. Hello everyone, I've been looking for an answer to this and I can't seem to find it so I'm asking you directly. So I know there is a way to delete node handles holding ALT key, but how do you "drag out" a new handle from the node? (Edited) Here are the ways to make the handle reappear: - dragging the line next to the node (you don't have to drag to sides, you can drag along the path) You can hold ALT if you don't want to affect path beyond nodes, but that will automatically turn your nodes into sharp ones. - dragging node with left + right click and moving it "out of the way" to make the hidden handle appear - converting node to smooth node (can be very destructive)
  15. Thanks for letting me know.