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  1. Hello, I purchased my copy of Affinity Designer this morning and I'm having fun using it. Whilst I was experimenting with the software I was struggling to change the outline of a vector shape. I wanted it to have a textured outline. For example I drew an oval, switched to Pixel Persona, clicked Line, Texture Line Style then Properties but all of the options are greyed out (General, Dynamics, Texture) I've attached a few pictures for you to look at. Am I doing something wrong? Keep up the great work Cheers
  2. Hi, it is critical in UI design that you can control how lines are drawn in shape to not overlap the size of your control. Right now, the application is always centered and doesn't offer any controls over it. It involve far too much manual steps to deal with it (basically resizing the shapes to a smaller size to fit inside the target size). I know there is a stroke options in the Fx that allows you to do that but it doesn't do the job. Stroke only works if you already are drawing a line. If you remove the line or draw a line of 0px, Stroke doesn't work anymore. And it would be a workaround anyway. It get worst when you have to tweak your design by changing line width. You have to manually resize every shapes to fit in the target size every time. I didn't find this feature requested anywhere and/or in the roadmap. Hope I am wrong and it's already planed. But this is a huge deal for any serious UI designer !
  3. Hello, I know you can simulate partial stroke with the "pressure" feature, but I was wondering if you could add a specific feature for it directly into shapes / path. Like in UI design, very often you have like a square shape with only one side stroke. For now you have either to use this pressure sensitivity to do it manually or draw a specific line. It could be a life saver if you just had like a box where you can select sides you want to stroke. More generally (or even better), seeing a line or live shape where you can pick any line between two vertex to stroke there only. :)
  4. Matt, Attach are two pictures I had worked on earlier. One with no smoothing (Mt RainerAB) and one with smoothing assist (Mt RainerID). You can see what smoothing does to the tree in the Mt RainerAB. Regards, Gregg
  5. I am just starting to play around with the pencil, pen, and brush and noticed that the lines are smoothing. Do you plan on having a smoothing control for those tools? For drawing, this would be important not to have my lines straighten-out. Also,while going through the help menu I hit the back arrow in the upper left corner and it does not take me back to the page I entered from. Example, after selecting "About lines and shapes," I hit the back arrow and I don't return to were I can select "About lines and Shapes." I return to "Visual References." On the positive note, I love the ability to be able to use vector and raster in the same software. That is an all in one drawing program.
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