Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'adi-366'.
Found 4 results
Hello I’m having problems trying to change the stoke with on vector persona. It changes randomly and it wont allow to change it to a desired with. thanks 28EFD05C-D7F7-4C95-9126-1EC638E19571.MOV
I think this is a bug... or there is a software preference I can’t seem to find. When I select a line and try to change the stroke size in the Stroke Studio flyout menu I seem to be getting a bug where the “Units” option for line width disappears. I kept typing “4” and the display for width would say “1 pt.” It was driving me crazy, then I discovered it only does this if I use the Apple Pencil to click on the number value. If I use my finger, it seems to be fine. I tried turning off the double-tap option in both System Settings and Affinity Designer Preferences. I also tried turning the “Lines in Points” option on and off. ** I also tried restarting the app, and restarting the iPad. No luck. Is this a setting somewhere that I’m missing? Thanks! Affinity Designer v 184.108.40.206 iPad Pro 2018 12.7”
Bearing in mind I’m still very new to AD (I have the iPad version), I’ve noticed that the unit of measure for stroke widths is missing sometimes. I’ve attached screenshots to illustrate what I’m seeing. If I go to the stroke tool (top right of screen) and tap on the numeric value for stroke width, the unit of measure (“PT” in this case) sometimes does not appear in the numeric entry dialog (the numeric keypad in both screenshots). The sequence I followed to produce these screenshots was 1) starting with the value 6 for stroke width, tap on the width value to bring up the numeric dialog - unit of measure is not displayed. So I enter 0 (which is interpreted as “PX”), and then 2) tap on that width value to bring the numeric dialog again. This time it shows up with the unit of measure “PT”. I did not attempt an extensive analysis, so it’s doubtful that my description sets out necessary and sufficient conditions to produce the observed behavior. I guess this is a bug, but I doubt I have the standing to assert such a strong claim, so I’m open to any suggestions. Regards Lionel