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  1. Items on a locked layer can still be selected by marquee and transformed. The only way to avoid this is to make the layer invisible. I noticed this behavior, after the update, both on iOS and on Mac OS X versions.
  2. When dragging a selection with the Move Tool, locked layers are sometimes included in the selection. Please see the Layers panel in the attached video. RPReplay_Final1591985713.MP4
  3. This only happen on the new AD Version 1.8.1. Does this new version have an option to turn on/off seleting locked object? Please help me😢.
  4. I am working through the Affinity Photo Workbook and up to page 125 everything has worked reasonably well (perhaps any snags were my fault!) BUT I have found a snag on page 126 --- when I tried the Lock on the Tone boost layer it didn't work! I have tried this several times, but still I can move the layer, even with the "padlock" activated. I have also tried it the previous exercise, with the same result. Is there a glitz with my copy of Affinity Photo, or am I doing something wrong? Help?
  5. I discovered a few bugs in AD v1.8.2, macos 10.14.6, MacBook Pro 15 (2018): Drag selection sometimes selects also locked objects, sometimes doesn't. It works randomly, I don't recognise any pattern in it. Combination of Shift + drag selection to add or remove objects to/from current selection doesn't work at all. Shift + click immediately deselect everything. Decimal separation symbol doesn't reflect system wide settings – should be a comma (,) here in Slovakia, but is a dot (.) instead. I have an English as a main language in macos, but in System Preferences > Language & Region > Advanced... I have selected a comma as decimal separator. It worked ok in pre 1.8.x versions, I'm not sure about 1.8.0 and 1.8.1, but it's broken in 1.8.2.
  6. Very often Selection tool able to select locked group/layer. ( ver 1.8.3, Win 10)
  7. I am actually able to select and delete locked objects.
  8. I have problems with layers. The new vesión does not respect the locked layers so I can select anything from a locked layer when I am selecting something on the other normal layer. It worked well in the previous version. I had lost some brushes too.
  9. Elements on a locked layer can still be selected and moved... lock does not work. D.
  10. Designer 1.8.0.585, Win 10 Then I locked one layer and work with unlocked objects on the other layers I can frequently select objects in locked layer as well. It happens then I use marquee selection with Move Tool. Sometimes, then I try to drag them, selection disappears but sometimes I can effectively change position of locked objects. This issue is completely sporadic and never appears on earlier versions. I can easily reproduce this issue by frequently making marquee selection(in new, clear document). Situation strongly resembles this topic in Beta forum.
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