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  1. When applying Layer Effects from the Styles panel, properties like Radius seem to depend on the initial size of the object, even if Scale with Object is not checked. Is this intended behaviour? How would I create a layer effect (e.g. drop shadow) that always has the same radius, no matter what size the object initially has?
  2. Hey, This has been bugging me for some time, hopefully I'm doing something wrong but couldn't find anything so I classify this as a bug. Whenever I use the "Paste FX" option (Cmd + Ctrl + V) or "Paste Style" ( Cmd + Shift + V), the FX is pasted with a change in values. Reproduce: create a large circle and apply a 30px Gaussian Blur to it. create another circle, much smaller. copy the first circle (Cmd + C) paste FX to the second circle (Cmd + Ctrl + V) Check the second circle's FX, the blur radius is much smaller 3.34px I expect the 30px value to remain constant when pasting. To the best of my knowledge it makes no difference if I have "Scale with Object" checked or not in the FX panel. Am I missing a setting somewhere to control this behavior? Thanks!
  3. Maybe I'm expecting too much, but when I copy a FX and then do a Paste FX command, I think the pasted FX should have the same values as what I copied. I have the FX set to blur 30%, opacity 70%. Creating a style seems to be more consistent, but it's also numerically off each time its applied.
  4. Sometime this happens, I have no idea affinity designer stroke paste error.mp4
  5. When I paste effects, they are never the same as I copied. For example, outline always has different width.
  6. First-time poster, long-time AD user. This feels a bit nitpicky, but it is throwing off my workflow... When using "paste style" or "paste effect" from one shape to another, the effects' values change, apparently scaling to accommodate size differences between shapes, but this happens even when the "Scale with Object" box is unchecked. Steps to reproduce: 1. Create two different size shapes without using copy and paste. 2. Apply any effect to one shape, make sure "Scale with Object" is unchecked. 3. Copy that shape, "paste style" or "paste effect" to the other shape, notice the values all change. Using the styles panel has the same effect. It's a small thing, but is there any way around this without having to re-enter all the values every single time? (By contrast, the same problem does not happen with stroke) Thanks!
  7. I just want to copy the same effect values to the other object and I already disable 'Scale to Object' checkbox before copying. The copied result is still scaled effect. Please try my file. (copy the round rectangle to the triangle) copy_outline_stroke_bug.afdesign
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