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  1. Hi, Using boolean operations like Add on a bunch of shapes results in unexpected behavior. I know I can get around this issue by using "Layer > Geometry > Merge curves". AD-2021-02-22-1.mov
  2. Hi, I have been excited about Affinity Designer for a while, however I still haven’t made the complete jump from Illustrator as, in the past Affinity lacked features which I use daily in my workflow, hence it just hasn’t been practical to make the jump. Do I want to jump, hell yeah, I think Adobe take the p**s with the amount they charge. So due the work I do, I am looking for the AD equivalent of the following, if there is one? Object / Transform / Move, Rotate, Scale and so forth is a god send. Blend tool, again this is a must for concentric shapes. Vector brushes? I create a lot of charts and use brushes in illustrator to create mathematically correct pie charts. Donuts with filled colours which match the required percentage. Tutorials for AD equivalent would be perfect, I not looking for AD to be the same, just have something similar to these features. Thanks Grant
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