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  1. I tend to use separated mode with all Affinity products as I like to take full advantage of 2 screens when working and move things around quite a lot, I couldn't find the preflight panel until I switched Separated Mode off, then it is available.
  2. I'm super thankful that there is now a preflight panel! It's already helped me catch a few errors. Question though (and it may be that I just don't know how to use it yet): I have several yellow errors and a few red errors. I see how it shows me which object that is if I double click, but I'm not sure how to fix it (i.e. several images have the yellow "non-proportional scaling" error, and I don't know to fix it.) Thank you!
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