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  1. Dear all, using AD2 on macos catalina the layer panel no longer shows the visibility indicators which are crucial to work with this program at all. This behaviour occurs when an already configured studio is saved and the app is opened loading the saved studio. Resseting the studio and loading the preset may show the indicators again but AD2 is not usable with this behaviour and it is just not acceptable if this forum is non-responsive to the issue. I won't complain further but expect the bugs to be cared about: asap. Regards
  2. There is a problem with outliner in latest bets: When panel width is bigger than default, right part of outliner is clamped and controls not reachable at all. outliner hardly usable in this state (no way to toggle visibility), look at screenshot
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