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  1. Lost the Status bar again. I’ve gone through the procedure of opening AD holding down control (mac) etc. Many times as instructed in previous post. But no luck. I find the status bar invaluable and wonder why it’s necessary to have this as an option. Anyone know another method to get it back please?
  2. The hint text is only useful to new users. It's a waste of space and distraction to the rest of the users. It'd be great if there's an option to hide it.
  3. The ability to dock panels, toolbars, and the main window toolbar, in Separated Mode just like in the Mac version of Adobe products, Macromedia FreeHand, or older versions of Microsoft Office, would allow for much neater workspace organization. It would also make everything cleaner when placing panels on secondary monitors in Non-Separated Mode. A setting to have these screen-edge docks collapsed and only open up when moving the mouse to the screen edge (just like the OS X Dock with "Hide Dock" activated or the menu/toolbar sliding in on regular OS X applications like Safari in full scre
  4. Hi, When executing a Photoshop plugin (.8bf) effect nothing shows if anything is happening or not. Usually image editors supporting Photoshop compatible plugins feature a progress bar of the plugin rendering the image. Even though that bar isn't always showing actual 'count down' (sometimes the progress bar starts over a couple of times, depending on the plugin) but at least it indicates the plugin effect is still being processed. Particularly Filter Forge effects consume considerable rendering time: I can't tell whether Affinity is either still busy or has ignored the rendering task. T
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