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  1. Apps: Designer and Photo Platforms: Windows and macOS A few improvements have been made to the brush panel on desktop... 1. You can now choose to show brush names In the brush panel burger menu you can now optionally choose to display the brush name in the panel. 2. Alt-drag now duplicates a brush 3. Brush panel now always highlights the current brush Previously when you first selected a brush it would be highlighted in the panel, but as soon as you made any change to the brush from its default settings (e.g. change the width) then it would no longer be highlighted. The new behaviour is as follows: 1. When you first select a brush it should be highlighted blue 2. If you change any temporary settings for the brush (e.g. width, hardness, etc.) the brush will remain highlighted but highlight colour changed to red 3. If you change brush tools (e.g. between paint brush and eraser) which have different brushes selected, the panel will now automatically switch categories if needed, meaning you can immediately see your selected brush for the tool you have just switched to. 4. If you have changed any of the temporary properties of a brush you can choose to update the brush to use those as the default settings of that brush. This is available from a right-click on the brush -> Update Brush. 5. Alternatively if you want to reset the brush back to default settings you can choose Reset Brush. 4. Nozzle preview visibility improved In V2 we added the ability to view your brushes as a grid of nozzle thumbnails without the preview of the stroke (panel burger menu -> uncheck "Show as List"). However, the contrast of the nozzle preview in this view could sometimes be very low, depending on the nozzle itself. We've made some tweaks in 2.1 to hopefully improve things. Please note: These are mostly just desktop only improvements, although iPad versions do now show a brush as being modified with highlight colour changed to red. While it's not available yet, iPad versions will also have the ability to update a modified brush (from t left swipe menu on the brush) in a future build.
  2. Hello! I am a digital artist and I love Affinity Photo very much but painting in it is not so comfortable for now as it is in other software, say, Photoshop or Clip Studio Paint. When I select any brush it stays highlighted until I change the brush size, then highlighting disappears and I have no idea what exactly brush I am painting with, which is very frustrating and inconvenient! Please, guys, fix it.
  3. Actually it's the setting I miss most since I'm coming from Photoshop. It's pretty impossible to generate a pressure sensitive brush for smooth transitions that works in solid colors like blue sky oder studio paper backgrounds.
  4. Display the names of the brushes as done on iPad, see this post for visuals:
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