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  1. I still consider myself “new” to AD, and this related to AD on iPad (haven’t tried this on Mac yet). I’m having problems managing raster brushes - operations like moving brushes from one category to another. I believe I’m using the latest version of Designer (1.7.XXXX) 1. When the list of brush categories is too long for your display, there is no way to scroll to the target category when trying to move a brush from one category to another. I “solved” my immediate problem by deleting categories of brush until the list was small enough to fit on the display. At this point you’re stuck - there’s no “Cancel” option, so you can choose a brush category that’s visible, or avoid moving it to some other category by changing the tool you’re using or the studio you’re working in. 2. The operation of moving a brush from one category to another intermittently fails - the target brush stays in its current category. I go to the brush’s current category, select the brush, long press to get the context menu, and click “Move”; then I click on the target category. Brush stays in its current category. This (mis)behaviour appears to be intermittent - it works sometimes, but fails much more often than it succeeds. Anyone else have this? Any suggestions, please? It’s driving me crazy (I did have a head start, so things are looking shaky). If this belongs in one of the Bug forums, would a kind administrator please move it for me. Regards
  2. Hey, I imported quite a lot of brush sets into my iPad Version of AP and I've encountered the following problem: If I want to move an existing brush into a new group/set the list that pops up and let's me choose where to put the brush is not scrollable and I'm not able to put the brush into the groups/sets at the bottom of the list. Furthermore, if I try to scroll the brush gets moved to the group I first touched when trying to do the scrolling motion and the List disappears immediately. It happened quite a few times now, that I have no Idea, where the brush went. When fixing the problem, maybe it would be nice to include a small popup notion that says brush "XXX" moved to group "YYY", similar to the undo/redo notions. Thanks!
  3. I have many brushes imported into Affinity Designer and group them into categories. When there are too many categories though, the "Move to" menu with the target-categories is too long and doesn't fit on the screen. It's also impossible to scroll that list, so you can only choose to move brushes into one of the first categories but not those created at a later time. I'm using Affinity Designer for iPad 1.6.3.44 on an iPad 2018.
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