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  1. The Griffin PowerMate is a freestanding peripheral controller that consists of a rotating, clickable knob on a lighted base that can be programmed to perform various actions. The USB model is no longer made (& used prices for it are outrageous) but if like me you own one it probably has been gathering dust somewhere because the software hasn't been updated in forever & there is no official support most recent Mac or Windows OS versions. I just started playing with mine again to see if it would do anything useful with the Affinity apps. I thought maybe a (very) few of you would be
  2. The Studio Panels don't butt against each other when dragged/resized. Instead when dragged and resized, they onscure each other. If I extend the Layes panel upward it will cover the colour panel instead of butting it upwards out of the way. Once I lost the colour panel completely behind layers and had to go through the menu > studio turning off and on again to get it back.
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