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Hello, i am using macos' Spaces feature. I have a space dedicated to Affinity apps. Normally when an application is activated by opening a file, macos automatically switches to the dedicated space. But due to PDF Options dialog opening before file itself, space switch is not happening. The dialog window waits for a prompt on a hidden space. So i have to manually switch to affinity space every time i open a file prompting this dialog (practically every file which is not an .afdesign file). I know this seems like a minor trouble but when using AD a lot it becomes more annoying. Thank you, Evren
1. Draw a text frame with the Frame Text tool. 2. Type some text into the frame. Make it short enough not to force the line to wrap. 3. With the cursor to the right of the right-most character, press and hold the space bar to insert multiple spaces. Result: Eventually the cursor advances past the right edge of the text frame and keeps heading to the right—until you type a non-space character. Then the line wraps. Not that anyone would likely do this as part of creating a document...but it does seem anomalous. : ) (Hoping the screen-shot upload works this time.)
When you use Affinity Designer or Affinity Photo in full screen on a Mac, the applications focus are incoherent to what the user would expect. If Affinity Designer is launched and in full screen. When you open an Affinity Designer file from the Finder, the file is opened in the current Affinity Designer space and the app is put in focus but you stay on the current Finder space. If you don’t pay attention to the menu bar you could thing it didn't work. For me the best behaviour would be to automatically switch to the Affinity Designer space (akin to Visual Studio Code). Another solution would be to open the file in the current space with a complete interface like Pages does but this doesn't seems suitable to me.