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  1. I'm using the latest version of Designer on Windows and for the life of me can't seem to get the isometric panel to work correctly? After clicking the [ Modify Grid ] and selecting a preset, when closing the grid manager I don't get the different planes editing selectors in the panel. I've selected show grid and snap to grid, but it's like the isometric panel doesn't update to reflect that I have chosen a preset? Is there some setting I'm missing or is this a 1.9 bug? (See screenshot below)
  2. I own both the mac and the windows versions of AP. For some odd reason, the isometric panel is not available in the windows version of AP. It is however available in the mac version. I have tried numerous times to check and also open the studio view but just not there? I think this is a bug and needs to be fixed
  3. Affinity Designer already has a grid and axis manager, to select diferente types of grids, like isometric, dimetric, …. Also it also has the isometric panel, that change planes to edit or fit objects in a given plane. A new option of grid could be developed to do perspective drawings, like on paper with One Point Perspective or Two Point Perspective, that uses vanishing points to create the illusion of depth in an drawing. And probably using a similar organization of isometric drawings. This use of the geometry in the grid and panel, would be very useful for to make this type of drawi
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