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  1. I know it's picky but it would seem to make sense for PC/Mac/iPad to harmonise where it is feasible (understanding the different interfaces, of course). I'm an old coder and quality engineer and sometimes unnecessary little things just get to me. I have PC and iPad versions and here are just a few of the niggles in the shape menu: Sequence is different, top to bottom. Sequence is illogical on iPad (more sensible on PC), eg. with the infrequently used square star near the top. Double star is missing from iPad. PC spelling is Donut but iPad is Doughnut (I'm in the UK, btw). Hopefully not too difficult to sort out in a future release. It would make an old moaner very happy.
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