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  1. Hi guys. As I said on my last bug report, I've been putting Separated Mode through its paces, and have been founding a few bugs. So here's the other one I'm reporting today: whenever I switch, in Separated Mode, from a Persona to another, the entire contents of the toolbar shift upwards, as shown in the following screenshot: After the first switch, the toolbar buttons will be shifted upwards on all Personas until I toggle Separated Mode off and on again, or quit the offending app and relaunch, but the bug will always manifests itself on the first switch afterwards. This bug is relatively recent, affects the entire suite (once again, I decided to pick the AP forum as it's the app I'm likeliest to use in such a way that I'll run into it) in both stable and beta releases and is, I believe, Big Sur-specific, as I can reproduce it both on my Retina 5K iMac and 2012 MacBook Pro running macOS 11.0.1 but can't do so in my only Catalina machine, a 2010 MacBook. It is, as far as I could ascertain, strictly cosmetic, but seeing how it's present in both MAS and beta releases, it kind lends some credence to my theory that not many people at Serif use it at all, and not many professionals do so either on account of its overall suckiness. I'm sorry that I didn't catch this earlier on the Big Sur betas, but guys, it's an entire interface mode that not only is broken by design, but now also looks the part and crashes all apps in the suite for good measure.
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