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  1. Summary Many tools provide a preview mode, which shows the effect of using the tool prior to execution. This preview mode is very useful, since it allows the user to see the result of applying e.g. the erase tool, or a brush, etc. Unfortunately, it does not work consistently: it ceases to work if the user tries to draw a line that connects the previous application of the tool to its current position using the shift key. The situation is further exacerbated by the fact that the position of the previous application of the tool (the origin point of the line) is lost when a line is created a
  2. Hi folks, It's not really a bug, but more a usability enhancement which could prevent users misunderstandings. I've noticed some cases where checkboxes doesn't use the "mixed" (see Xcode) state. For instance: Create two rectangles Set the stroke option of one to "Scale with object": checked, the other not. Select the two rectangles The expected result would be to use the mixed state for the checkbox. I'm sure this applies to other options, sadly, I did not take note of this when I stumble on them. Thanks for your support and your work always making Affinity software better.
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