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  1. I’m doing comic colouring and the new version seems to butcher layers that I’m working on. When I select a certain area to paint or erase on, at a certain point, Affinity randomly deletes big chunks (rectangles in various sizes) on that layer. When I try to undo that damage in the history section, the problem gets even worse, because as I’m clicking backwards in the history section, more and more rectangle cutouts happen. No way to reverse the damage. In this this clip I tried to capture it. In this case I was colouring linework. Around the 43 second mark it happens. In the 2nd videoclip I go back in the history and make it even worse. As of now I don’t dare to touch the program any longer, since work of weeks has already been butchered by it. I’m working on an iPad Pro 12,9. IMG_1167.MP4 IMG_1168.MOV
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