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  1. I'm brand new to Affinity Designer but trialing it I found it has a great ui and pretty much every feature I need except one major omission: bsplines. By bsplines I mean b-splines or basis splines (or possibly NURBS curves? I'm not entirely sure on the math definition), basically a different way of drawing curves than beziers that can be far more intuitive. Specifically, I'm looking for the kind of bsplines Inkscape has where you can adjust the "pointiness" of each node in a bspline curve by shift-dragging node handles, kind of similar to how the Corner Tool works in Affinity. Open the at
  2. When sending content for professional printing sometime we need to convert text to curves. It would be very helpful to have a feature to distinguish editable text and curves from converted text easily. In Illustrator it can be easily done in the view-outline mode - the text would in solid and converted curve would be outline mode. I'm not sure if the exact behavior is possible in Designer, but some easy way to distinguishing Curve-from-text from Editable-text could be immensely helpful to avoid error while sending out content to other vendors. PS: This is the origi
  3. In Affinity Designer, pressing ↑ and ↓ (with or without ⇧) in a numerical field increments or decreases the value. This works everywhere but some type-related fields, such as Font Size and Paragraph Leading. Is this a bug, or is it expected behaviour? And if it is expected, what is the rationale behind it?
  4. In the following gif, I keep toggling between the outline view and pixel view modes. Notice the wrong behaviour for single lines with no colours. Lines with more than two points work correctly, but straight lines with no styling simply disappear when in outline mode.
  5. After more than 18 months CTS is cured and tons of sketches have piled up. Happy to use Affinity again :)
  6. In Affinity Designer 1.4.2, the Export Persona only exports PNG, no matter what format is selected in the "export options" dialog.
  7. Transform only shows one decimal place but it can have more, which means we can never trust its numbers. I’ve drawn two rectangles. They are identical in every way (size, position, stroke width) except stroke color. I’ll make my point with width, but it happens with every other field as well (X, Y, W, H). Let’s start by making red 7.98mm wide. Wait, it made it 8mm? That’s not what I wanted, but alright, I guess I can live with that. Lets make green 8mm wide, then. You can already start to see the beginning of the problem. red is in fact 7.98mm just like we asked, but Affinity Designer co
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