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sampl_e

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  1. This only works in Separated Mode, but as I said I want this to be an option without having to switch to Separated Mode and have all tools floating. What you are describing will open a new tab which can’t be removed from the main window and is therefore useless for working on an iPad as a graphic tablet.
  2. I’m quoting @ChristiduToit from another post, but as mentioned @fde101 rather make a new topic for each feature request. External Floating View Windows, like Photoshop. Being able to save a second view of your artboard is already available in Affinity, but you're not able to remove it from the app window. It's great to have the second, zoomed out, view on a second monitor so that you can see how your artwork and design is looking in full while you're working on it in another window. Especially useful with Sidecar/Astropad so that you can use brushes/etc on the canvas with the iPad , but still have your main monitor as reference containing all your tools without rearranging them as in Separated mode.
  3. +1 for this one. Especially useful with Sidecar/Astropad so that you can use brushes/etc on the canvas with the iPad , but still have your main monitor as reference containing all the tools.
  4. Is there any news if this feature will come to iPad?
  5. sampl_e

    Palm Rejection option when using Apple Pencil?

    Discovered the same issue today as well - having the exact same problem.
  6. Hi, thanks for the quick answer. Alright haven't thought about it that way and makes sense after you pointed out this option. Though I think it would be very convenient to have the dropbox option in the "new document menu" or a general integration of third party apps/services. It would make it easier to understand for less experienced users and an even smoother workflow.
  7. Hi there, the option to open files and save them to dropbox would be a nice addition, as it would simplify shared work. As an example: We work on technical files which need to be reviewed and slightly tweaked, sometimes on-the-go. With iCloud Drive it is not even possible to share a folder, so it requires an unnecessary amount of steps to continuously work on the same project with collaborators. Or are you working on a different approach for shared work?! Thanks a lot!
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