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dave2017 posted a topic in Suggestions for Affinity Photo on iPadIt would be useful to have floating panels - both in the desktop and iPad versions of AP - for some features. For example, the Scopes panels - and indeed regarding scopes would it not be helpful to also be able to see more than one scope at a time? If the panels could be individually floated, then it should be possible to do this, so that one could have, for example, an RGB parade and a Vectorscope visible or even a Curves and a Vectorscope simultaneously. The panels could be pinned to parts of the screen as the user wished. It is possible that this could become confusing however - as sometimes happens with GIMP if many tools are used. In the iPad version of AP it seems awkward to have only one tool "out" at any one time - and floating panels could overcome this.
• In the Matting help topic, the before & after images are backwards -- the image captioned "After (Hover/Touch)" shows an image with transparency, which is the 'before' state. • In the Applying filters topic, the Settings section includes Before/After as among the general settings that are available from all filter dialogs. That is not true for all live filters. • I use the default for me US English localization. When I first open the Help window, everything is localized as expected. However, if I use the search box, some or all of the topics are switched to the British English ones. This is most evident by "color" being replaced with "colour" everywhere it appears, both in the topic lists exposed by clicking on the Menu 'hamburger' & in individual topics. This persists until I close Help & open it again. Note: All of the above apply to both the current retail & Beta 1 versions. The following applies to both versions of both AP & AD. • If I have a floating Studio panel visible in the app & the Help window open, arranged so that part of the Help window is visible behind the floating panel, clicking on the Help window when the app is frontmost does not hide the floating panel, so it obscures the Help topic.