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  1. I experience same problem with version 1.6.1 of AD. Symbols get disconnected randomly.
  2. I use AD 1.6.1 and I experience the opposite bug but only on some artboards. CMD+J duplicates the symbol while Copy/Paste expands the Symbol in a Group.
  3. 2 years passed and in AD 1.6.1 this bug is still there. It still can't Copy/Paste a Symbol on some artboards.
  4. I can reproduce the bug in AD 1.6.1. For me it happens with text with a Global Color placed inside a Symbol.
  5. Hi dear Sean. Thanks for your reply. Attached there is the file of the example. ⌘ + ⇧ + g: ungroups a Constraints Group making items visible ⌘ + g: should create a Group, instead it creates a Constrains Group displacing and clipping the items. The issue is due to the Rectangle Shape. Removing it the text is grouped as a regular Group. Arch.afdesign
  6. Product: Affinity Designer Version: 1.6.0 Platform: MacOS High Sierra Constraints Group are clipped and displaced from their content. Completely unusable.
  7. Hi dear Affinity support team, I purchased both Affinity Photo and Affinity Designer for my creative workflow. As MacOS user and owner of two different Mac machines, I use the Affinity suite on all of them. It would be a real plus to have the settings (shortcuts, brushes, preferences, panels layout, etc) of both Affinity applications automatically synchronized between my MacOS machines (through iCloud or Dropbox/GoogleDrive). I hope to have helped you with my feedback.
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