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  1. I have found some problems that are, for me, gamebreaker. I am a long time Photoshop user and like Affinity photo much, but some of the current bugs are problematic. 1.) Tablets and wobbling lines I use a Wacom Intuos 5 with up-to-date drivers. The "wobbling / straight lines" problem make drawing difficult. I think i have found the root of the problem: If you use the "Histoy-Tab", the "wobbling" lines will be drawn. If you switch to any other tab (transform, navigator or channels), the issue is greatly reduced. Can you please check this? 2.) Denoise Filter If iam use the denoise filter, the "details" slider does nothing! 3.) Brush Size / Hardness "Hotkey" Can you change the shortcut for this? It's really cumbersome to press one key AND 2 mouse buttons. The way it is done in Photoshop is more elegant. It's also impractical with a tablet. I want to make the transition to a Affinity pipeline, but with these "bugs" iam stuck with PS. I hope i have given some helpful input - keep up the good work! *sorry about grammar or other errors, english is not my first language and a little bit "rusty"* :)
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