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Luis Alberto

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  1. I’m also having this problem. Finger o Apple Pencil, it doesn’t matter, the move tool will simply resize/transform the shape I’m trying to move. On top of that, it also doesn’t seem to care that the dimension lock is activated, as it will simply resize/transform the shape in the direction I’m trying to move it. This is very annoying and makes me want to smash the iPad. As others have mentioned, the only current work around is having to zoom into the canvas, and even then it’s not reliable. And yes, I’m using the “arrow (Move Tool” and, no, I’m not touching the corner nodes, rather I’m always trying to drag the shape from the center. That hit box adjustment didn’t seem to work. Furthermore, I don’t understand why you decided to show the corner nodes while using the Move Tool, shouldn’t they activate when you open the Transform window/panel? Move should be move only. I’m also very concerned that the staff response to this issue has simply been “well, I’m not seeing this on my end”. Well, you now have a fourth person telling you this is going on!!! Get this fixed!
  2. Using iPad Pro 12.9 2nd generation running iOS 11.0 and Affinity Photo 1.6.5 Text, shapes and vectors are rendered in very low quality while working on the document. This, of course, does not happen in the desktop version (Photo or Designer). This is a huge disruption as it is a mayor distraction while working; what you are trying to accomplish is not being presented faithfully on screen. When the document is exported it’s apparently rendered appropriately, yet I can’t see this while working? I’m EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED and you have now idea how much I regret buying this software, and I’m seeing pages upon pages of other bugs being reported :-( Wasn’t this supposed to be desktop quality software for a pro tablet? Attatchments: first photo shows working environment, second photo shows exported file.
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