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  1. If I select any of the shape-drawing tools (rectangle, ellipse, rounded rectangle, cat...), either by clicking in the toolbar or by using keyboard shortcuts, the tool cursor does not change to a drawing crosshair but instead remains as the standard 'move' pointer. I'm not sure if it's intentional, but it means there is no visual feedback when switching from the move tool to any of the shape tools. Cheers, H
  2. I have noticed that the various Tool icons don't 'update' or 'revert' when I am using them to draw more than one shape. Screen Recording 2021-02-04 at 3.25.59 PM.mov
  3. Prior to update 1.9, whenever I drew with the rectangular marquee tool my mouse pointer turned into a "+". This helped with drawing a very accurate marquee, but now I find it's just the regular mouse pointer.
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