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  1. Same bug from previous version. When using shift+drag to draw straight lines with Pixel brushes, unwanted lines connecting from the end of the previous stroke are inserted. Designer and Photo. designer bug.afdesign photo bug.afphoto
  2. In the just released 1.6.6 retail version of Affinity Photo for Mac, pressing the Escape key does not deselect/clear the currently selected layer. The History panel shows a "Deselect" step every time I press the Escape key but the layer remains selected. This does not happen in Affinity Designer 1.6.0, even for the same document when I switch from AP 1.6.6 to AD 1.6.0 via the File menu > Edit in command. I am using OS X Sierra v10.12.6, recently updated with the Security Update 2017-001 patch.
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