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  1. Hi guys, so I have recently switched from Windows to MacOS and it works pretty damn well. However, one thing has been getting on my nerves for the past half a year. Whenever Im using Artboards, Affinity starts to display multilple multicolour sqaures that change while scrolling and its really annoying. Does anyone know what could cause the problem and how to solve it? Pic and video demonstration below. Thanks a lot! Screen Recording 2022-10-25 at 10.58.41.mov
  2. I encountered a quite annoying UI bug in both Designer and Photo when using Live Perspective filter + artboards. It seems that render glitches appear on the canvas pretty randomly, in addition to a "border stretch" effect of what's displayed on the border of the artboard. The "border stretch" glitch can be somewhat workaround by reducing the size of the artboard content as to add some padding to the artboard. However the other glitches remain. Moreover, the glitches "update" on each canvas resize/zoom as you may see on the different screenshots attached. I am also attaching two files that show the issue. While these are .afdesign files, sending them over to Photos actually leads to the same glitches. These are using artboards, Live Perspective filter and symbols. Versions: - Designer 1.10.4 - Photo 1.10.4 - macOS 12.2.1 FYI, I tried disabling GPU acceleration, changing display rendering from metal to CPU, and any possible combination of both without success. Hope this can get fixed sometime! Mockup.afdesign Mockup.afdesign
  3. Hey good people, As you may know, Affinity Photo has a Perspective live filter, that kind of serves as a workaround for the lack of a vector based perspective distortion tool for AD. In Photo you don't have Artboards, but if you add a Perspective live filter to an AD file (Edit in Photo functionality for AD), then you go back to AD, you have these weird artifacts. For mer it appears on Win10 and MacOS Bug Sur too. In the video below I show what happens when I remove the filter and add it back. The problem goes away, then comes back. Can you reproduce this or is it just me? #bug Affinity Designer Bug.mp4
  4. Hi, I'm having a weird pixelated background in some of my files... I think it mostly appears when I've got embedded pictures in the main file. It also happens when I add a live perspective effect (from Photo) to an element. The files still work OK but the "effect" – which animates as I scroll – is pretty disturbing to look at. Has anybody got the same issue?
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