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  1. Hi, please find the relevant information on the bug below: Affinity Photo version is 1.8.3.180, and iPad Pro (10.5-inch) is on iOS 13.3.1; I cannot reproduce it, but it happened twice already. One time occurred when I was working inside a project folder, rearranging documents, and all of a sudden, another project appeared inside; another time occurred when I was rearranging the orders of the project folders, one project folder went inside another. There is no way I could get that project out because the only option available was "Rename". I think if you could allow a project created inside/moved out of another, this bug could become a feature
  2. I found an interesting glitch by accident, it makes it possible to put folders into folders putting a folder inside a folder is really easy but geting it out is a bit tricky 1. have a full folder 2. hold a folder so you can move it around and open with another finger the full folder you want to put it in, move the folder from your other finger around and if the other projects in your folder move away from it you can just drop it in. 3. to get the folder out of the folder you need to hold the folder inside the folder again to move it around, you will se there is no "back button in the upper left corner to bypass this you have to open any project while you still hold the folder with one finger now you can go back out of the project and now there is a "back" button on the up left corner so you can go out of the folder while holding the other folder, just move the folder out of the current folder sometimes it works first try but sometimes it takes some more tryes (sorry for my bad English) Please make it to a real feature 4CDB4BF3-9F7F-4AF1-BF95-B1F8689B16C9.MOV
  3. So the following has happend to me several times now and it’s beginning to annoy me so I was wondering if someone here had a solution. Sometimes when I rearrange photos inside a project suddenly another project from the “home screen” of Affinity Photo is placed inside the folder I was working in. It creates a Project A inside Project B. The annoying thing is that is seems impossible to get Project A out of the “folder” of Project B. The only option is to move every single photo from Project A out of the project. This places the photos back on the “home screen” of Affinity Photo and then make a new Project and place every single photo back into this new project. Its a lot of work if the project has 100+ photos... See attached files
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