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  1. When editing an image in a floating window using APhoto 2.3.1 , clicking on any adjustment will display the adjustment dialog for only an instant before the dialog disappears behind the active window. In APhoto 1.10.6, the dialog opens on top of the active floating window and stays there as I expect it should. I couldn't find this reported previously, yet it is such an obvious bug that I can't believe it hasn't been reported before. Then again, this is the first time I have used floating windows for editing multiple photos in the 6 years I've been using APhoto. Perhaps others don't use floating windows much either.
  2. I have a two-monitor system for photo editing, one is vertical, since I usually edit portraits, and the other is horizontal. I start the program on the horizontal side, open the file and drag its frame to the vertical side where I open it to fill the monitor. This leaves me the horizontal side to arrange tool panels on. I enjoy working this way, but there's an annoyance that I don't know how to solve. When I open an adjustment layer, its slider panel always appears on the vertical side under the file I'm working on, which forces me to shrink the file window to find it and drag it to the horizontal monitor where there's plenty of space for it. Is there a way to get the program to remember to place that control on the horizontal side?
  3. Powerful recent PC, constant random crashes on WIndows11 within 30 minutes usage, and when I add ANY adjustment in layers, and double-click it to change its parameters, the dialog is displayed BEHIND the image each time, so I have to move the image aside and click the adjustment to bring it on top.
  4. I am running AF 2.1.1 on a Dell desktop Windows/11. I have 2 monitors, both 3840x2160. The goal is to have my workspace, that is the photo, on one monitor and all tools and panels on the other monitor. When I open a panel, it displays for a fraction of a second on top of the photo, then disappears. If I collapse the photo then I can find it "under" where the photo was. Frequently the photo panel will distort. Sometimes only half of it is displayed. I have to Alt-Space R to restore it. Looking thru the archives it seems as if similar problems were previously reported. When will Affinity address these? Thanks
  5. Hi, In Photo 2 I'm using adjustments on an image, but when I click on the layer thumbnail to get the adjustment panel to appear (so I can make some changes), it just blinks then disappears. I've just upgraded to the latest version - 2.2.1 - and I've never had this before, so maybe it's a bug? Or is there a setting I need to change? I've attached a video clip showing what happens (no sound). adjustments panel wont stay on screen.mp4
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