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  1. How do I marquee select inside a clipped group? This would help a lot. I just can't seem to grab the items I need inside the clip to move around. It just won't do it for me.
  2. Hey, I recently found out about Affinity Designer and I'm already in love with it. The snapping features are exceptional. But I got one request. I frequently need to align shapes by positioning one anchor over another. If the objects are just lying around, this works great: I select all shapes, switch to the node-tool, re-select all nodes and drag the node I want to align. If the objects I want to align are grouped, I have to doubleclick the group, select all grouped shapes one by one, switch to the node tool and proceed as mentioned. The problem is, that since there is no isolation mode, you have to select grouped shapes individually instead of just rectangle-select them. There are two possible fixes: 1) Selecting the node-tool while having a group selected will keep all grouped objects selected. 2) Having an isolation-mode for allowing quick re-selection of the grouped shapes. Is there anything planned? ~Andrej PS: I'm using Affinity Designer Beta on Windows
  3. Hi, I often have to work with graphics from PDF files. They're divided in hundreds of layers. I know the function to find a specific part in the layers and I also know the kind of "force selecting" by pressing the Command key. But that doesn't help really because in most cases the objects that I have to select together aren't neighbors in the layer panel. Mouse framing either doesn't help it selects simply nothing. For example I have to catch all these objects with one action. In fact, there's many stuff around it. ;) Is there a simple way to do that avoiding to select them character by character and group them? Any help is appreciated. Thanks, and regards ... hp
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