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  1. Hello, with Affinity Publisher (version 1.8.3.641) there is sometimes a problem when scaling photos: Usually it is like this: When the Move tool is active, the "dpi info" of the resulting effective "dpi" (more correct would be "ppi") is displayed in the context bar on the left (see appendix). Strangely enough, this is not always the case. Sometimes this info is completely hidden. The next day it runs correctly again. I can't figure out why. Could it be a bug? Please let me know if you know the problem or if I am missing something here. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Tra
  2. Opening an image when windows is set to 130% and possibly other custom values (I haven't checked those other ones) image is being opend full size and then right away is being shrinked to a quarter of it's size, but the canvas stays as it was, also can't work on it some problems occur then with affinity photo.
  3. The upcoming Creator's edition of Windows 10 has a new feature that greatly improves DPI scaling for High DPI tablets. It's in the Compatibilty settings under Properties in the Context Menu for the application. The new setting is to override high DPI scaling behaviour and use System(enhanced) for DPI scaling. The other override options are to use Application or System for High DPI scaling. It works really well with Photoshop CS6 with the program opening full screen on my Surface Pro 4 and the menu text is much crisper now. But that setting does not work with the Affinity Photo. T
  4. There seems to be an issue with how Affinity Photo handles display scaling in Windows. With scaling applied, there is a severe performance degradation when using tools. I've recreated this on two computers and in both the release version and 1.5.1.47 beta using a 4k monitor under Windows 10 x64. My primary PC is an i7 2700K, 16gb RAM, & GTX 1080 gpu. To most easily reproduce this: - Set Windows Display scaling to 125%. Logging out is not needed to recreate this issue nor has any impact. - Launch AF and open, for example, the Space Dock demo file - With the whole canvas visible, crea
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