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  1. 1. Create a horizontal or vertical line (must be perfectly horizontal) 2. group it 3. Try any aligning options 4. Disappears Doesn't matter how many points the line has, as long as all the points are either perfectly horizontal or vertical
  2. Title says it: if I want to center a group of elements they just disappear into Designers »vast, deep, grey void«. :ph34r: :lol: This occurred a couple of times to me in the latest beta and in some previous versions as well. I uploaded a short clip for demonstration. https://youtu.be/zQLXYLThT0w Oh, and don’t mind the music, I forgot to mute it … :) Cheers Dennis
  3. I downloaded the AD trial yesterday and immediately bought it. So refreshing to use. It could be because I don't know what I'm doing, but when I try to align a group of objects, I get the beach ball and have to force quite. This doesn't happen when aligning a single object, however. I'm using 1.2.1.
  4. Hello, I've found a problem in bounding box calculation for alignment. Version: Affinity Designer 1.1.2 I created two horizontal lines (holding SHIFT key) using "pen tool". Then I created text object. I made a group from one horizontal line and text object. Finally I selected the group and second horizontal line and tried to do horizontal alignment (left, right, space with 0px...). You'll see the horizontal line in the group is ignored for bounding box calculation and group is aligned to text only (see the attachment H_align_left_1.png). Once the horizontal line in the group is rotated or one endpoint is moved vertically so height of the line object is not 0px the alignment starts working correctly (see the attachment H_align_left_2.png) Br Jaroslav
  5. Hello, I want to align an object to specific object. How do I do that? I'm talking about the feature that Illustrator has: Select two object you want to align, click the one you want to keep still and press alignment buttons. http://blogs.adobe.com/adobeillustrator/2009/03/post.html Thanks!
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