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  1. Apologies for the late reply, didn't receive a notification. This is on 10.14.6 Mojave, and I'm seeing the issue in Publisher and Photo as well, not just Designer. All updated to 1.9.1 through the App Store. I have another machine that's running 10.15.7 Catalina and the issue is not present there, so seems like it's specific to Mojave.
  2. Unfortunately I'm seeing this bug again in Affinity Designer 1.9.0 downloaded from the Mac App Store.
  3. This is because I use the "graphite" accent colour in Mac OS. This results in dark grey window controls that would otherwise be red, yellow and green.
  4. Thanks for your reply. On Issue 1: It does affect any action in the window – selecting a value from a dropdown menu, or ticking a checkbox, focus changes to the document window. Also happens when stepping values in text fields up or down using arrow keys – I need to refocus the text field again after every step. The paragraph panel does appear to behave identically. I can type in values just fine – it appears the issue is with any action that immediately results in an update (in the style, document, etc). Thanks for the workarounds also, maybe someone will find them useful. My a
  5. I'm currently dipping my toes in Publisher, looking to switch from InDesign, and would prefer to use it in Separated Mode with floating panels because that's how I'm used to working. However, I'm experiencing difficulties using the application in this mode. Issue 1: When editing styles (character style, paragraph style, group style), the focus changes away from the style editor window back to the document after every interaction. At best this is a minor annoyance, but it makes some things frustrating or almost impossible to accomplish, such as operating the slider when ch
  6. I think this perfectly illustrates why the option to reverse Command and Option modifiers for this purpose would be beneficial. It's practically muscle memory, and having to constantly fight it in those few applications that are doing things differently – for a benefit that is not yet apparent to me as a new Affinity Designer user – results in increased cognitive load and frustration when using such an application. I see the explanation about ergonomics and how the "left hand falls on the standard Mac keyboard", but as a left-handed person (always using the pointing device with the left h
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