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  1. Agree agree agree. User has no wAy of reviewing point placement or edit point input if it always round back to 2 decimal places in the display. Also, grid numbers seem to revert to predetermined sizes regardless of user specification (could have to do with art board size?)..
  2. Many years as a designer using InDesign has me looking for features to get the work done. So far, I've got thoughts and questions: 1. Approach to frames seems to be a little different (not necessarily bad) 2. Anyone understand these things? Could be they are not yet active in the beta. How to get margins set on a master page to apply to sub-pages? Where the heck can I get image data (meta, and esp. percent placed size)? More to ask, post your comments/solutions.
  3. Some suggestions for the technically inclined: 1. Scale - this would be so useful for the users who want to make use of designer for technical drawings. I know your artboards can be large (45m by my testing), but when the performance suffers and the grid is limited, scale is a requirement. Look at Graphic app - a good start. And reflecting scale numbering in your smart object indicators would be a huge win. 2. Decimal point accuracy - this is in sore need. When all I can get is 1 number to the right of the decimal point (in many instances), this app is unusable. For years, Illustrator was only accurate to 2 decimals. It sucked. 3 is an absolute minimum, and 4 or 5 would get Designer out of the dark ages. 3. Rulers - a small ask, but judging from the forum, repeated many times. It provides context. Again, tying the scaling to this would be a huge win. So much of this app is incredible out of the gate - your approach to tackling huge challenges in writing this for a tablet is truly impressive. Keep up the great work at Serif - all of you are setting the bar for a new era in app development. I, for one am a huge fan. Cheers, j.