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keiichi77

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  1. omg, it is just a simple auto-parenting kind of thing. at least now I understand what happens, and I can avoid it. Thank you !
  2. no, it is not a new object, and not about the original 'place of birth'. it happens with every object on the last layer, it jumps to the top of the artboard if I drag it and move it.
  3. I've bought Tattoo Art Brushes by The Artifex Forge from Affinity store to create svg icons. There is no information about these brushes being pixel brushes. So when I created my icons, I had to realize it, because I couldn't expand my drawings. The sad thing about this missleading product is that it is available for Illustrator too as real vector format. The description of the brushset in the Affinity store claims these are vector brushes. But not. I really don't know who needs pixel brushes in the vector persona. If I want to draw with pixel brushes, I change for the pixel persona.
  4. thank you !!!!!!! I didn't see this option is already there in the preferences/tools, my bad.
  5. Designer doesn't work with wacom tablet. with windows ink enabled, sliders don't work behave sticky, brush resize alt+ctrl rightclick + leftclick drag doesn't work, negative zoom with alt+space and click doesn't work with windows ink disabled no pressure sensitivity, changing the two modes when designer is in use cause problems, designer stops panning with space, tool menu items stop working.
  6. But to be honest, in lots of other cases it is an annoyance, that if I drag a file into affinity, I have to copy paste the path from explorer, because affinity doesn't know where the file is, if it is not an afdesign file. the default save location is not where the file is! so if I have a png or svg file, the least problematic way is to save it as an afdesign file, and then save in other formats. But for example svg is a source file in itself, so I really don't need an afdesign file from it.
  7. 3d Coat, Maya, and all the others. I have to browse the 'expected location' even if I know that it is a temp folder somewhere. But setting 'Enable save over opened PSD files ' solves it. I don't think it is a faulty behavior, that's why I am here in the feature request section.
  8. affinity softwares don't know the location of the opened files! because of this, I can't connect eg. 3d softwares to Affinity as external editor, because after it opens up the file, for example a psd, it can't resave to the original location, because affinity doesn't know it, and the 3d application also doesn't add info about the location of these temporary files. So I stand here with a temporary file, and I can't save it back.
  9. At this time as I see the artboard can snap to inside objects (bounding boxes) !! So the issue has a fairly acceptable workaround method now.
  10. thank you but I won't change it, because windows ink causes other problems too: double clicking to get inside a group also doesn't work with pen. and I need the right click context menu too. the only thing I could solve the lag when draging points and control points. with turning off some windows ink 'goodies'
  11. The new affinity programs (1.8) started using windows ink. In windows ink there is a problem with changing stroke size with wacom pen, because windows ink intervenes some way, and so I can't use alt ctrl + right click + click to change brush size. in windows ink dragging some sort of objects is harder, because it likes to stick and creates lag (eg. vertices on graphs). even if the press and hold (windows ink) action is disabled. I went over these kinds of issues in Photoshop a few years ago, when Adobe changed the input mode to windows ink. A common workaround for Photoshop issues is using a script that disables windows ink, because it is a badly implemented thing.
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