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  1. The iPad. version of AD does not seem to have a menu for language and spelling. However, the text still displays spelling correction underlining which is quite annoying. See the enclosed image where every single word is spelled correctly, and yet they get curly lines. Is it possible to turn off the curly lines? When will control of language and spelling come into the iPad version? Please note that the iPad language is set to Danish. Regards, Hans
  2. On iPad, in Affinity Photo (AP), I try to import from Photos. That works fine, but the browsing is difficult due to two issues: 1) When opening the import dialog, I see my photos folders. However, they appear unordered, see the enclosed image which is part of the dialog within AP. The folders go like 2007-01-07 2015-07-26, 2013-08-17, 2014-06-28, 2006-11-11-b, etc. I have hundreds of those. Is there a way of sorting them correctly after name? (And hence after date). 2) When selecting a folder, I see the images, but only as small icons about 3x3 cm. Any attempt to view the actual image, results in it being imported. Is there a way to preview the images without opening/importing them? For example like the standard photo browser in the iPad Photos app? Regards, Hans
  3. Thank you, shapelet. This provides a workaround for me. I also rely on grids, doing technical origami diagrams a lot. And I could not understand why grids and objects zoom differently, loosing the grid snap. And drawing an object shows a different height x width than the grid indicates. It is as if the grid does not conform to the zoomed mode. To the Affinity debelopers: Great product, but my 57-year old eyes strongly prefer zoomed mode, so I really hope you will resolve this problem soon.
  4. Is there any update on that? I am used to defining my own vector based arrow heads in InkScape, applicable to either end of any line. Also, is there any plans of adding named fill and stroke styles, such that if many, different objects have that style and you update the style, alle the objects change fill and stroke styles as well? I have purchased Affinity Designer to test it out. Compared to InkScape (which is already pretty nice) it has a much more nifty UI, but the above two features are quite important when you draw origami diagrams (or other technical drawings) with hundreds of parts that should have the same fill gradients and stroke gradients.
  5. I use the Light theme in Affinity designer: It is much easier to read for my 57-years old eyes. Dark-text--on-light-background seems to provide a better contrast than the reverse. As for aesthetic considerations, I can see the merits in both. Really depends on what kind of drawing you are making. It is very nice that we can select these different themes, according to our preferences and eye qualities.