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  1. OK, I'm hitting this bug (or UI gremlin) constantly. My example is for a stroke width, but it seems to apply to all numerical value fields (e.g. opacity). 1. select a stroke 2. click into the stroke width slider numerical field in the stroke panel 3. type to change the stroke width (any value) 4. hit 'enter' to commit the stroke width change 5. hit 'v' key to change the cursor to the move tool (or any other tool keyboard shortcut) RESULT: the stroke is 'zeroed' in the field by the tool keyboard shortcut press, the stroke width change is cancelled, and the stroke width is set to 0 and becomes invisible. EXPECTED: the width change is committed after the enter key is pressed, and the cursor is changed to the move tool by the subsequent 'v' keypress. The expected behaviour works if I substitute a tab keypress for the enter keypress above - I think it's reasonable to expect that the 'enter' key should commit the field change in the same way, right?
  2. The standard OSX keyboard shortcut to switch between windows in an application is ⌘> and ⌘<, respectively. In AD these shortcuts are reserved for text size increase/decrease and there is no way to change that, by the way (these “hooks” are missing in the preference panel, there is just Size > Precise Bigger/Smaller). I would like to use the standard keyboard shortcuts to switch between windows in separated mode, too. And perhaps this could be extended to tabs (in both modes), i. e. in the single window mode the shortcuts would switch between tabs and in separated mode it would switch between tabs in a single window until the last tab is active, and then it switches to the next window (or reverse in the reverse direction). How does that sound?
  3. When i want to close a file, i should be able to use the keyboard shortcut D for "Don't Save" rather than mouse over to it. Is there such a shortcut?
  4. In Photoshop I need only hit the "D" key to switch the Foreground Color to BLACK and the Background Color to WHITE (in the color picker/palette, I mean). I see that when I open a new document in Affinity Photo, it uses the same BLACK and WHITE colors by default too. (In Affinity Photo, I am talking about the 2 round overlapping color circles at the top left corner of the "Color" tab.) But when I change those colors and then press the "D" key, nothing happens. How do I revert them back to the default BLACK and WHITE? And can I assign a keyboard shortcut to accomplish that? Thanks.
  5. One thing I miss the most at first sight in Affinity Photo is "Hide Layer" keyboard shortcut. I use CMD+tilde. Also, having a layer visibility toggle to the right is awkward. I would prefer it to have it to the left.
  6. I’d like Affinity apps to have a keyboard shortcut for the “Place…” tool. When I’m using InDesign for page layouts, I often have to place a large number of files in the document, and the Cmd+D keyboard shortcut really comes in handy for that as it saves having to navigate up to the menu bar each time. However it really bugs me that this isn’t consistent between different Adobe apps – some have a different shortcut for it, while others simply lack the function entirely. As Affinity apps are designed to be interoperable, and since placing files is already a feature in both Designer and Photo it would make sense to give this tool a consistent keyboard shortcut between the apps. Having the ability to select multiple files to place at once while in the Finder modal window (again similar to InDesign) would also help massively.
  7. [command + `] for going forward through windows of the app, and [command + shift + `] for going backwards through them, in chronological order of use, most recent first. [option + `] for going to the most recent tab, and, then back again, obviously enough. As it would flick between two. More presses of ````` pushing through the tabs in the current window. [control + `] should go through the open tabs in the current window in sequential order according to their display in the top of the window, and [shift + control + `] would cycle back through them. All of these should bring up a HUD with their contextual content listed. So a user can use the arrow keys, any continuation of ````'ing and their mouse/stylus to select the document they want. Ideally the document/window list would have two thumbs each, one on the left being the whole document, then the name of the document, and a thumbnail on the right representative of the current view and zoom position within that document. Dreamy stuff. I'd also like a Bacon Double Cheeseburger Deluxe. And make that an extra large combo, no ice in the coke. Thanks.
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