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  1. Heart symbol not accessible in landscape mode 9.7” iPad Pro. Workaround is to spin iPad to portrait mode.
  2. iPad 12.9” 3rd Generation Display mode: Zoomed (under iOS settings Display & Brightness/View/Zoomed) Affinity Photo ver Choosing the rectangular tool option to select other shapes (Ellipse, Heart, Tear, etc), the tear option is cut off, and the heart option is off screen. I am not able to scroll down to select them. (Photo attached below). However this is not a problem when using the iPad in standard view mode (Photo attached below). I’ve always used my iPad in Zoomed mode and never had an issue with previous versions of Affinity Photo. Hopefully it’s user error on my end and if so please advise how to fix. If not I hope a fix will be out soon. Thank you.
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