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  1. I've noticed that the grid jumps around when panning and zooming the window. This seemingly only affects the secondary or vertical grid axis (I haven't been able to make it affect the primary grid axis). I've made a gfycat video demonstrating the inconsistency: https://gfycat.com/spottedvibrantgreathornedowl First I tried to snap an object to the existing grid but as you can see it doesn't line up with the grid lines on the screen (though it seems the snapping grid is still accurate). Then I move and pan around and you can see the vertical grid doesn't properly stay aligned. My grid/snapping settings are attached in an image. Standard, but nonuniform grid with a different horizontal and vertical axis setting. Aligned the origin to the bottom left of the document using the axis editing handles. Thoughts? Is this a known issue? ETA on fix if known?
  2. The isometric grids continue to displace when zooming, making very difficult to set precise nodes on it as the grid doesn't align with the magnet points. Fails on all perspective grids (ISO, ISO 2:1, dimetric, oblique, trimetric, triangular, etc.)
  3. Hello, Since the new version (1.6) the second axis of the grid in Designer is glitching when I'm zooming or panning. I have attached a video of the problem. floatinggrid.mov
  4. Hey guys.. grids have been super buggy on OpenGL for months on end now. The solution for Mac Users is to switch to Metal, but the problem is that Designer ships with OpenGL as a default. Why is this? You can't expect the customers to troubleshoot and fix things that shouldn't be broken in the first place. Who cares about all the features you guys are pushing out if they don't even work properly in the first place? All of these bugs are really pushing me to switch back to the Adobe suite, and I really don't want to do that.
  5. Robert Cailliau

    Saving as SVG

    I use Designer exclusively for technical drawings, some of which I want to publish on the web as SVG. Here is a screenshot of a Designer drawing (it is an outline of some Lego construction): The document unit is pixels, the grid is set to whole pixel numbers and all elements are snapped to the grid and have whole pixel numbers for dimensions; they are all stroked with 1 pixel black. I expect the SVG elements to be specified in whole numbers and positioned at whole numbers in the viewbox. However… When exporting "for export" I get this in Safari: When exportine "for web" I get this: When exporting "for print" I get the same. However, the svg code is very different. For web I get: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?><!DOCTYPE svg PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD SVG 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/1.1/DTD/svg11.dtd"> <svg width="100%" height="100%" viewBox="0 0 842 596" version="1.1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xml:space="preserve" xmlns:serif="http://www.serif.com/" style="fill-rule:evenodd;clip-rule:evenodd;stroke-linecap:round;stroke-linejoin:round;stroke-miterlimit:1.5;"> <g id="s-2x3" serif:id="s 2x3"> <path id="profile" d="M86.4,46.081l-15.601,0l0,4.561c1.457,1.095 2.4,2.838 2.4,4.8c0,3.311 -2.689,6 -6,6c-3.312,0 -6.001,-2.689 -6.001,-6c0,-1.962 0.943,-3.705 2.4,-4.8l0,-4.561l-15.6,0l-9.601,-7.68l57.603,0l-9.6,7.68Z" style="fill:#fff;stroke:#000;stroke-width:0.24px;"/> <circle id="r" cx="67.199" cy="55.442" r="3.84" style="fill:#fff;stroke:#000;stroke-width:0.24px;"/> <rect id="p-2x3" serif:id="p 2x3" x="38.397" y="30.72" width="57.603" height="7.68" style="fill:#fff;stroke:#000;stroke-width:0.24px;"/> </g> <rect id="p-10x2" serif:id="p 10x2" x="57.601" y="23.04" width="192.009" height="7.68" style="fill:#fff;stroke:#000;stroke-width:0.24px;"/> <rect id="p-1x2" serif:id="p 1x2" x="38.4" y="23.04" width="19.201" height="7.68" style="fill:#fff;stroke:#000;stroke-width:0.24px;"/> <g id="hand-1x2" serif:id="hand 1x2"> <rect id="p-1x21" serif:id="p 1x2" x="249.61" y="23.018" width="19.202" height="7.68" style="fill:#989595;stroke:#000;stroke-width:0.24px;"/> <path d="M281.047,30.111c-0.796,0.39 -1.69,0.609 -2.636,0.609c-2.558,0 -4.745,-1.605 -5.607,-3.862l-3.992,0l0,-3.84l3.844,0c0.735,-2.483 3.035,-4.298 5.755,-4.298c0.985,0 1.915,0.238 2.735,0.659l-0.987,1.921c-0.524,-0.268 -1.118,-0.42 -1.747,-0.42c-2.119,0 -3.84,1.721 -3.84,3.84c0,2.119 1.721,3.84 3.84,3.84c0.606,0 1.18,-0.141 1.689,-0.391l0.946,1.942Z" style="fill:#989595;stroke:#000;stroke-width:0.24px;"/> </g> </svg> which is manifestly wrong, for "export" I get: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?> <!DOCTYPE svg PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD SVG 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/1.1/DTD/svg11.dtd"> <svg width="100%" height="100%" viewBox="0 0 3508 2481" version="1.1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xml:space="preserve" xmlns:serif="http://www.serif.com/" style="fill-rule:evenodd;clip-rule:evenodd;stroke-linecap:round;stroke-linejoin:round;stroke-miterlimit:1.5;"> <g id="s-2x3" serif:id="s 2x3" transform="matrix(4.0002,0,0,4.0002,-3360.18,-1272.07)"> <path id="profile" d="M930,366L913.75,366L913.75,370.751C915.268,371.892 916.25,373.707 916.25,375.75C916.25,379.199 913.449,382 910,382C906.551,382 903.75,379.199 903.75,375.75C903.75,373.707 904.732,371.892 906.25,370.751L906.25,366L890,366L880,358L940,358L930,366Z" style="fill:white;stroke:black;stroke-width:0.25px;"/> <g id="r" transform="matrix(1.66866,0,0,1.33333,-512.36,-81.5833)"> <ellipse cx="852.397" cy="343" rx="2.397" ry="3" style="fill:white;stroke:black;stroke-width:0.17px;"/> </g> <g id="p-2x3" serif:id="p 2x3" transform="matrix(1,0,0,0.950075,-1.13687e-13,17.4736)"> <rect x="880" y="350" width="60" height="8.42" style="fill:white;stroke:black;stroke-width:0.26px;"/> </g> </g> <g id="p-10x2" serif:id="p 10x2" transform="matrix(32.182,0,0,2.56013,-27923.8,-757.14)"> <rect x="875.14" y="333.242" width="24.86" height="12.5" style="fill:white;stroke:black;stroke-width:0.04px;"/> </g> <g id="p-1x2" serif:id="p 1x2" transform="matrix(3.1802,0,0,2.66269,-2304.16,-844.484)"> <rect x="774.843" y="353.208" width="25.157" height="12.019" style="fill:white;stroke:black;stroke-width:0.34px;"/> </g> <g id="hand-1x2" serif:id="hand 1x2" transform="matrix(1,0,0,1,-2569.94,64.0778)"> <g id="p-1x21" serif:id="p 1x2" transform="matrix(-2.0002,1.11619e-16,2.22055e-16,4.02132,6450.26,-2670.66)"> <rect x="1380" y="672.042" width="40" height="7.958" style="fill:rgb(152,149,149);stroke:black;stroke-width:0.31px;"/> </g> <g transform="matrix(1,0,0,1,2649.99,-1164.08)"> <path d="M1090.98,1225.46C1087.66,1227.09 1083.93,1228 1080,1228C1069.34,1228 1060.22,1221.31 1056.63,1211.91L1040,1211.91L1040,1195.91L1056.02,1195.91C1059.08,1185.56 1068.66,1178 1080,1178C1084.1,1178 1087.97,1178.99 1091.39,1180.75L1087.28,1188.75C1085.09,1187.63 1082.62,1187 1080,1187C1071.17,1187 1064,1194.17 1064,1203C1064,1211.83 1071.17,1219 1080,1219C1082.53,1219 1084.91,1218.41 1087.04,1217.37L1090.98,1225.46Z" style="fill:rgb(152,149,149);stroke:black;stroke-width:1px;"/> </g> </g> </svg> which has greatly different stroke widths! And finally for "print" I get: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?> <!DOCTYPE svg PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD SVG 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/1.1/DTD/svg11.dtd"> <svg width="100%" height="100%" viewBox="0 0 3508 2481" version="1.1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xml:space="preserve" xmlns:serif="http://www.serif.com/" style="fill-rule:evenodd;clip-rule:evenodd;stroke-linecap:round;stroke-linejoin:round;stroke-miterlimit:1.5;"> <g id="s-2x3" serif:id="s 2x3"> <path id="profile" d="M359.998,192.005l-65.003,0l0,19.005c6.071,4.563 10,11.824 10,19.997c0,13.798 -11.202,25.001 -25.001,25.001c-13.798,0 -25.001,-11.203 -25.001,-25.001c0,-8.173 3.929,-15.434 10,-19.997l0,-19.005l-65.003,0l-40.002,-32.002l240.012,0l-40.002,32.002Z" style="fill:#fff;stroke:#000;stroke-width:1px;"/> <circle id="r" cx="279.994" cy="231.007" r="16.001" style="fill:#fff;stroke:#000;stroke-width:1px;"/> <rect id="p-2x3" serif:id="p 2x3" x="159.988" y="128.002" width="240.012" height="32.002" style="fill:#fff;stroke:#000;stroke-width:1px;"/> </g> <rect id="p-10x2" serif:id="p 10x2" x="240.004" y="96" width="800.039" height="32.002" style="fill:#fff;stroke:#000;stroke-width:1px;"/> <rect id="p-1x2" serif:id="p 1x2" x="160" y="96" width="80.004" height="32.002" style="fill:#fff;stroke:#000;stroke-width:1px;"/> <g id="hand-1x2" serif:id="hand 1x2"> <rect id="p-1x21" serif:id="p 1x2" x="1040.04" y="95.91" width="80.008" height="32" style="fill:#989595;stroke:#000;stroke-width:1px;"/> <path d="M1171.03,125.462c-3.316,1.625 -7.043,2.538 -10.981,2.538c-10.66,0 -19.771,-6.686 -23.363,-16.09l-16.633,0l0,-16l16.018,0c3.059,-10.349 12.643,-17.91 23.978,-17.91c4.104,0 7.978,0.991 11.396,2.746l-4.114,8.004c-2.184,-1.119 -4.658,-1.75 -7.278,-1.75c-8.831,0 -16,7.169 -16,16c0,8.831 7.169,16 16,16c2.525,0 4.914,-0.586 7.038,-1.63l3.939,8.092Z" style="fill:#989595;stroke:#000;stroke-width:1px;"/> </g> </svg> which has the stroke widths right, but not the positions nor the dimensions: those should all be whole numbers! What am I missing?
  6. I am getting an issue of Mis-aligned grid when opening a correctly working and aligned grid for a file originally created in Affinity Designer for iPad, in Affinity Designer for Windows. This is how the Grid looks like where in the square shapes are not properly aligned to the grid,which is working fine in Affinity Designer for iPad. [Tested on Affinity Designer for iPad version = 1.6.1 Affinity Designer for Windows version = 1.6.5.123 ]
  7. Hi, I've found several topics about grid, but not sure is the same. In advanced mode and nonuniform settings, grid changes position at zooming - please refer to the video: https://youtu.be/DxnJhswkkqE Used Export Persona for better understanding (visible svg frames), but the issue is also the same in others. Is it bug or user mistake? Thank you, Greg
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