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  1. Designer version: Items that have an active limitation (on my case right buttom alignment) cannot group correctly. The items will lost the position, sometimes outsite the area. Check the testing file and group all items. testfile.afdesign Testing: Select all child inside an areaboard and group them.
  2. Hey there, I found a nasty little bug when working with constraints groups that only happens on duplicated art boards. Here's how to reproduce: Create a new document in Affinity Designer with a single artboard (e.g. for "Devices"). In the "Layers" panel, right click "Artboard1" and hit "Duplicate". The new artboard appears on top of the old one. Move it to the right of the original one. In the artboard on the right, create any two shapes (e.g. two boxes). For one of the two shapes, enable "Min Fit" in the Contraints panel. Now select both shapes an
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