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  1. Hello, my question is, how to change the backgroundcolor or stainer from Affinity Designer back to white. Mine is beige (235/235/235) when i start Affinity Designer and i can not change it. So all of my pictures get an old beige look to it, that i don't want. (pictures are all with default settings, i didn't change anything after application launch) I tried resetting it and uninstalling it but nothing helped. Thanks for you help.
  2. I have two problems with Affinity Designer: 1. On integrated graphic driver affinity shows white as beige (on nvidia it's ok) 2. Aligning text to a selection is messed up. (even on nvidia) Both problems on the screenshot (or attachment): https://scr.hu/jrk38K
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