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Hi, today I tried the Affinity Photo beta. I noticed that it generally works great on the HiDPI display of my Surface Pro 4. Unfortunately though, I also noticed that it falls back to low-res for painting. This does seem to be intentional and can be reproduced with every brush. I am really disappointed since it makes it impossible for me to use Affinity for digital painting. What is the reason for that? Will this be fixed in the final release? I really like the application and would love to integrate it into my daily workflow. Regards, Michael Hoffer -- www.mihosoft.eu
Hey there, first of all I would like to compliment the Affinity team for such a fantastic work on the user interface of both of the apps. They're really beautiful and feel really native and modern. A lot of little details make them a joy to work with. I have one question though, and it's related to the one thing that has bothered me a bit: I have a Retina MBP, and on both Affinity Photo and Designer, as I'm painting, moving objects around or typing, I get these "pixelated"/non-retina visuals that stay on for like half a second, before the normal "retina" graphics come back. My understanding is that this is some sort of optimization to make the interface more responsive and real time as you edit the document. Is that correct? If so, is it possible to disable this optimization entirely? I found it to be really distracting, and I'd rather have the document update be a little slower than have the whole viewport switch between retina/non-retina graphics constantly. Note: I'm currently on El Capitan Beta, so I had to install the Affinity Photo and Designer Betas. This could also be an issue with the betas/something that is not on the release versions... In that case should I report a bug? I can provide a screen capture if you can't reproduce this issue. Thanks.