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  1. Windows 10 Home 1809, Publisher 1.7.0.227. The Navigator studio has some - undocumented, as far as I can tell - presets (little bars under the slider) that you can click on to quickly change the zoom level but they need pixel-perfect clicking to be able to use them. At present, the mouse pointer has to be exactly on the tiny one/two-pixel-wide bar. I think it would be better if there was a leeway of, say, three/four pixels to either side, or the bar could be made thicker with a correspondingly larger 'hitbox'.
  2. I know this is pretty minor but a bit irritating. The navigator is at the top on the side over the layer/effects/styles panel. But when I switch to pixel mode, the navigator is suddenly at the bottom of the screen under the layers. I don't know why it moves but it is annoying to have it suddenly moved on me. Sig
  3. Enjoying using Affinity Photo but one feature i miss from Lightroom is the ability to use a grid scan of an image with the Navigator to check for scanner/sensor dust spots. In Lightroom you zoom into the level required and place the Navigator top left - then using the page down/up key it covers the image in a grid. Great for double checking for dust. http://kelbytv.com/thelightroomshow/2015/02/20/the-lightroom-show-ep-2-our-second-show/ at approx. 2.30 is the tip
  4. In photoshop we have the 'info' pane, which tells you the X Y coordinates of your cursor position. We don't have this in affinity, and we also have a less accurate (more sparsely labeled) ruler to make matters worse. Additionally, there is no ruler tool to measure things. This makes it extremely difficult to make precise changes especially for corporate and web design work. It's starting to seem like Affinity is better suited for freeform graphics rather than precision. Please add these features.
  5. Hi, Been asked to create a feature request for this as it's not considered a bug.... In the attached example file notice the following. Artboard 1 and Artboard 2 See how the saved View Point AB1 centres the view on Artboard 1. Now delete or move in Y(a fare distance) Artboard 2 Now try to use the View Point AB1 again. You should see it's no longer centred on Artboard 1. Apparently View Points are fixed to the document. So perhaps moving or deleting the artboard is updating the document parameters but this change isn't passed through to the View Points. Although the error only appears to be in the Y axis so changes in X are accounted for? I had invested some time in using this feature but then I deleted an unwanted artboard and all my View Points were rendered incorrect. I still consider this a bug with the design of the View Point system as it doesn't allow the user to work freely with it, but rather, under strict usage rules which aren't explained/shouldn't be there. Hope the example explains and it's clear to see how it's current functionality can nobble you :) Example file in MAS 1.4.2 but the same happens in the latests 1.5beta(3). viewPointExample.afdesign
  6. I always have the navigator tab visible so that when I'm zoomed in a lot, I can still have an idea of where I am. The only problem that I have is, sometimes the colour of the navigator indicator (the floating box that follows your movement and shows where you are) blends in with the picture I'm working on and I can't always tell where I am. Is there anyway that you can make it so that Designer detects the dominate colour of picture and then chooses another colour for the indicator that is easier to see (possibly an opposite colour)? For example, now I'm working on a picture that is predominately blue, but the navigator indicator is blue or kind of greenish and it is hard to see. If this isn't possible, then how about the ability to change the colour of the indicator square? Just a thought. Does this happen to anyone else?
  7. The Navigator palette just stops updating when the zoom is 25% or less? When I zoom out, above 25%, it updates just fine. Zoom in, and it sticks at 25% no matter how low the zoom is. Just found this out while working on a project. It occurs on older (made with MAS version, other betas) and on new Documents with the current beta (v 1.0.1.9988). The Name area in the window updates the zoom no problem. I'm reposting this here in Bugs. The Plus and minus buttons work as they should, but as long as the zoom is less than 25%, the value there in the panel itself won't update until zoom is higher than 25%. To me this is kinda a bother, as it forces me to look at the top of the screen (where in non-full screen mode) the name of the currently active window/tab is. It's not visible at all in full screen, which means I have to mouse up to see what the zoom level is when the menu bar drops down on mouse-enter. Using the zoom in is helpful for me to get an idea of how the work looks when reduced down, like for thumbnails and the like.
  8. I understand the Navigator tab, but it seems small. It would be nice to have something like Photoshop Elements. One can "Arrange Documents" > select "New Window," and then select "Two up." This lets one view the same picture side by side, allowing the person to work on one picture and see the full picture next to it. This is especially helpful when one is zooming in on their work and the picture next to it is zoomed out all of the way.
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