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  1. A while back I referred to this in passing in a thread here — I kept finding that my custom tool panel (Character + Paragraph + Text Frame + Transform) would vanish unexpectedly. I'd have to reassemble the custom panel all over again. But it wasn't a bug after all — they didn't "just vanish." I use Alt+F4 to exit Affinity Publisher. But it turns out the program has been using the keystrokes to close the front-most window, which always seems to be that custom tool panel. Using the keyboard shortcuts feature to bind Alt+F4 explicitly to the Exit command has fixed this. Alt+F4 no longer affects the custom tool panel.
  2. Just recently started doing some painting again in Designer and with the dizzying amount of brushes available now, it's almost a hinderance to workflow, bouncing all around the brush panels/paint and pixel tools... while working. Would LOVE to see some sort of ability to create custom, saveable panels to streamline the process whether it be painting, retouching, path/pen workflows etc... with the ability of creating a "painting" panel with brushes, swatches, tools etc... specifically tailored to the task at hand. Something like Cinema 4d where you enter a UI edit mode and can drag and drop tool icons and menu commands onto a blank floating panel that can be saved and named. Any comments from the team on the possibility or even concerns of attempting this type of thing would be greatly appreciated?
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