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Is it just me and my faulty settings or is Designer for iPad rather inaccurate? The document I am working on is setup for print, it’s 500 x 700 mm at 300 dpi. The section in the screenshot is at 200% and covers an area of about 35 x 35 mm. Here’s the problem: within each circle the gap between two points is getting bigger, however according to the dialogue the coordinates of these points are exactly the same. It may seem like a minor detail but that flaw will be visible in the printed version. More so since the margin between both points will increase with each iteration. Of course I like to assume that this isn’t my mistake (which on the other hand it quite possibly may be) and hence my blunt question: are there any plans to fix this in the foreseeable future or will I have to rely on other products if I need precise vector graphics?
0A080C39-EE71-498E-B7A4-C7F0AC5FC666.MOV I have recently bought Affinity designer on my iPad Pro however as I’ve been using it the pencil became inaccurate in the selection. I would point at the shapes I want to move or vectors I want to adjust or the location I want to select and the accuracy would be way off. I have tried to use the pencil on other apps such as notes and it does not have the same issue. So, I believe it is the app itself. How do I go about re-corroborating the Apple Pencil with the app?
Hello everyone! When trying to light a scene, I see some limitations to the "Lighting Tool": There are steps between the different shadings creating an outline for seemingly each used color value. Is this an intended optimization? Is it just the way this tool is limited? Or is this a bug of some sort? I first thought it was a limitation of 8 bit documents, but even after using 16 or 32 bit, this doesn't improve. Best wishes, Shu