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  1. Hello everyone, I've noticed in the latest releases that palm rejection is more buggy than ever (50/50 between the times it work and the times it doesn't). I'm using an Apple Stylus 2 with my iPad Pro. I'm left handed but my UI is displayed normally (I don't want to invert the icon bars). Is there anything I can do to improve it?
  2. You can apply a gradient from the FX studio. Would that work for your workflow?
  3. To be complete, I do not regret my purchase despite these crashes, I still recommend their apps, and will probably buy their new apps in the future. The only complaint I have is that the apps are not updated as often as I'd like, though I believe this would require them to switch to a “subscription” model and I can see many will be angry if they did.
  4. All Affinity apps crash once in a while. It helps to enable auto-save, and also I try to think about closing/reopening the document I'm working with after I make major changes that I wouldn't want to lose (this is how you force a Save). Not sure all crashes are their fault, maybe this is iPadOS killing random apps to regain memory. It's still a major annoyance, though.
  5. Hello everyone, I have just noticed something that I find puzzling. I have a curve with different background and stroke colors, containing another curve. I have duplicated this shape so that I have it twice. On the left, I have unchecked the inner curve so that only the outer curve is shown: Now, if I change the opacity of both curves, here is what happens: As you can see, on the right, the area of the stroke that is outside the node path has the correct opacity, where the area “inside” the node path somehow “blends” the color of the stroke and the colo
  6. Thanks for sharing that video! It sounds so much promising!
  7. Hello, For the last few days, I've been trying to find out how to visualize selections as blck&white on the iPad version of Affinity Photo, and how to make sense with feathered selections. I've been finally able to understand how this can be done with the app, and I thought it would be useful if I share the details, in case someone else is wondering the same thing! First, let's start with a pixel layer with a white to red gradient. Then, go to the Selection persona, and in the menu, select the Tonal range Midtones. You can not actually “see”
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