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  1. A ctrl-click appears not to react mac-like & not as mentioned in the Affinity Publisher Beta Help: – For instance in the Swatches Pane: A ctrl-click on a color swatch opens a pulldown color-pane (with noise slider instead the opacity slider in the 'original' color-pane). The same result occurs with an option-click and with a double-click (no key pressed). Different to this behaviour the Help says: "ctrl-click the swatch you want to remove and choose Delete Fill from the pop-up menu." In MacOS usually a ctrl-click = a right-click. This appears not to work in Publisher, different to its Help-Info.
  2. There is a Mac OS X feature, both system-wide and in most third-party applications, which pop-ups the file path on command-click on a documents window title . – Sounds complex but is easy to use. – Unfortunately it does not work in Affinity. ( Hm, because of its window 'tab' concept? ) – Instead in Affinity a command-click on the window title does select an object on the Affinity document page/canvas. The competitor Adobe meanwhile lost this feature in many of its programs (no, not every) – A niche/advantage for Affinity? Even more: in OS X the user may scroll through such pop-up windows content to jump to a level in finder. For instance 2 screenshots:
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