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  1. After hitting the tab key and switch UI to hide tools, and then, close the Designer, all the tools - tools, toolbar, studio panels, are set to off/hide when you re-open the Designer. Hitting the tab key won't make the tools and panels come back. When this happens, you have to go through each settings under "View / 表示" to show them. I tried it on Photo and same thing happens. It is fairly a minor issue, but somehow annoying. I hope this gets fixed! Affinity Designer/Photo 1.7.2 macOS 10.14.6 (Japanese) MacBook Pro 2018 Thank you always for your support!! Much appreciated.
  2. Hey there, so I upgraded to 1.7 and I think I got a bug. -> I use a 2019 MacBook Pro 15" and a 2017 MacBook Air 13" both with the latest OSX I usually plugin an external monitor when I am not on the go. And leave the MacBooks connected. When I start affinity designer after closing it, the UI (Tools, context bar, symbolbar, and studio) is not visible. When I press <Tab> to toggle show/hide nothing happens. I have to manually go to view and enable all the UI every time I start affinity designer. This behavior is the same on both machines and reproduceable. I think it also does not has something to do with the external monitor since I recognized that issue already with just the MacBook Air on the go. I quit affinity designer and set the macbook to sleep, start affinity designer again and have to reenable all the UI. I got a Eizo USB C and an old EIZO DVI-D monitor but as stated above, It also happens without a monitor connected. It nothing breaking but really annoying. If you need more information, I will be glad to provide anything you need. - cheers
  3. Quitting when in "Hide UI" mode means having to manually restore the state on next launch Open APh 1.7.1 (I have images that are reopening -- not clear if that's required or not) Tab for "Toggle UI" to turn off all the frobs Quit ISSUE 2: Note that I've had hangs in this point (multiple minutes requiring force-quit -- usually when I've launched APh via opening a CR2 raw file then, for the sake of testing, canceled development) Relaunch APh - see it come up with minimal UI Toggle UI -- see very little happen. Studios, context bar, tools, and toolbar all have to be manually restored to visibility Photo 1.7.1, macOS Mojave (10.14.5), MBP2018 32G/i9/Vega20
  4. All of app need to fix Push the 'TAB' key. When push the 'TAB' key make hide then quit app. Open app appear and I am tried push the 'TAB' key doesn't appear. I have to show each on View menu
  5. I often press TAB to hide the UI, then Cmd-0 to show my layout in all its glory. If I quit Affinity Publisher in this state and open it again later, the UI is still hidden—which makes sense as it’s the last/previous state. However, if I then hit TAB again, nothing happens. I have to select… Disable “View > Studio > Hide Studio”, “View > Show Context Toolbar”, “View > Show Toolbar”, and “View > Show Tools” … manually. I always try to remember un-hiding the UI before I quit the app, but I always forget Carsten By the way: I can‘t wait to finally buy! You are doing a great job. Thank you!
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