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Purpleduck

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  1. Noticed this only now after updating to iOS 15 recently, never happened before. Hope this will be soon fixed. The redo button on the bottom right DOES work for me, though. The three fingers gestures instead shows off that floating menu where nothing responds. Two finger undo works.
  2. Thank you Lee, I need some time to take this screen recording (I am first trying to optimize the iPad and see if it changes anything). In the meantime, I have this question: what kind of improvement in performance in such things as effects applied to shapes, should I expect in the latest M1 iPad Pro, compared to the 2nd gen iPad Pro I have now (A10x chip)?
  3. I know what makes that file hard on the device is the blurs and effects being applied to each shape composing the dragon. But how did the creator work on it then if not on some super performant computer? Working on it on iPad Pro 2nd Gen is impossible, just moving any of the shape takes minutes, the redraw is super slow. No improvement on 2015 15" Macbook Pro with discrete card. I was expecting performance to be very decent on the 2nd iPad Pro. Am I missing something? Changing performance options on the Mac didn't improve. But I care mostly about the iPad. Is it normal that selecting and moving shapes on this file is that slow? I first thought the problem was the noise effect which always takes a bit t redraw, but it's similar without it: it's the effects being applied on the shapes, namely the blur being used to shade the dragon. By removing all of those, the file is workable. It simply is a chore to select and do any operation, I can't imagine creating it on an iPad. So I suppose this was NOT created on an iPad but a much faster computer, or? I am trying to create some illustrations in Designer that are based on shapes being shaded through effects such as inner and outer shadow, but I don't see myself making it on this iPad Pro at least. I will try to make it through rasterizing, hoping it will improve things. But Im a bit worried about performance overall, also in Photo: should I expect it to operate as fast as Photoshop for similar actions or it's inherently slower engine wise? I expected the opposite. But I don't remember having that much trouble with several Photoshop layers on Photoshop five on a Celeron 366 Mhz computer in 1998...Sure the resolution of the images was much lower, but come on, here everything screeches to a halt once I add some five objects with effects...I'm sure I'm doing something wrong, but can someone please tell me about the Black Dragon sample on iPad Pro and how I would be supposed to work on it? I'd find it impossible unless I first try to raster the shapes and I haven't tried if that would work.
  4. Worked. Don’t know what I missed before. Now I know what’s the size of the files with the history. Great feature, as far as I know Photoshop doesn’t have it.
  5. When I export an Affinity file on iCloud, I just loses its history. Can’t find a way to keep it. When I reopen it, it’s the file without the history. If I instead duplicate it within the app, it maintains it if I select that option. I am new to the app so probably I’m doing something wrong. Is it possible to export the file WITH history to the cloud?
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