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  1. Get rid of The toast notifications that pop up anytime we make a move, or undo / redo anything, and are positioned right in the middle of the screen. I think we are passed the point of needing to see that, so it would be nice to either have the options to remove it or move it to the top of the screen or something less obtrusive.
  2. This is a small nuisance and a suggestion. When I am using the Clone tool to retouch a photo, suddenly the cursor (circle for cloning) changes to a standard cursor (arrow) right after Mac OSX makes a visible Notification on the desktop (which it does for any number of cases: new email, receiving messages, calendar reminder, etc.). I think I have to re-click the clone tool (or click out of and then back into the tool) in order to get the clone circle back again. I think the MAC OS Notification simply places itself "on top" (or becomes the "foreground") of all objects on the Desktop and that may be why the cursor changes. I would hazard a guess that any application that wants to be "on top" and be seen "in front" of anything else might cause the same behaviour, though I have not checked it out.
  3. I have suddenly, over the last few days, started to get emails notifying me of Affinity Forum notifications. I don't remember what I did to start this. How can I stop them. I just want to see notifications at the top of the Affinity Forum page like I used to. Here is a snip of my Notification Settings: John
  4. I've done a few posts recently, and forgot to tick the box to receive notifications. At first I assumed that I could edit the original posts, and turn the notification on, but when I tried to do that I couldn't see any change. I adopted an untidy solution, which was to repeat the post, and to turn the notification on before I submitted. I also put a note on the original that it could be deleted. Is there a way to turn notification on/off on this forum once a post has been submitted? Maybe I missed something?!
  5. This is getting ridiculous. With the old forum software we could choose which, if any, kinds of activities generated email notifications. Now, the forum moderator(s) have disabled the Someone comments on something I follow option so I cannot choose not to receive email notifications for that. There are a few other notification choices also disabled, but this one seems totally unnecessary & easy for a moderator to change in just a minute or two. As things stand now, my email address that previously received maybe 10 new messages a week now sometimes gets many more than that in one day. This is more than a trivial annoyance for me -- because it takes a considerable amount of time for message summaries to load on my phone & that eats battery power, it means I can't rely on important, time sensitive messages getting through to me when I am out & about.
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