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  1. Drawing or resizing objects objects with 'Edit in plane' selected for an isometric grid can leave filled areas shown as drawn on the wrong grid. The drawing cleans itself up on a change in zoom. Video enclosed. The grid is just whatever you get as the standard isometric grid. Affinity Designer 2020-12-07 15-55-22.mp4
  2. The lettering is part of the design and is not relevant to the issue. Windows 10 64-bit / GTX 1660 super The problem manifests itself when you enable hardware acceleration on the video card. Disconnecting the video card does not show the problem. 2020-11-28 18-43-56.mp4
  3. Windows 10 Home 2004, Designer 1.9.0.734 (all drivers up-to-date). Watch the video to see what happens. With OpenCL acceleration switched OFF everything looks fine. However, after switching OpenCL acceleration switched ON, I get some very strange things happening. 2020-09-19_08-47-52.mp4 I've attached a screengrab of my preferences dialog. (Video is from external monitor but laptop screen shows the same issue.) I've also attached the file for testing purposes. parallelogram.afdesign I’ve attached another video showing the same problem when manipulating a simple rectangle. 2020-09-19_09-26-29.mp4
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