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  1. I have two displays...my main one is 1440p and the secondary is 1080p. When launching Publisher, images and text will render pixelated/lower resolution on the main 1440p monitor. This can be rectified by bringing publisher into the second 1080p monitor, where images and text render properly, and then bringing it back to the main monitor. Images and text will then render correctly at 1440p. The problem arises again when I use Ctrl+Shift+W to toggle preview mode on or off. Images and text pixelate again, and I need to repeat the above to fix it. I assume this will have something to do with the new adjustments in the latest update concerning multiple-dpi monitors. I am using Version This Issue did not occur with Version and earlier. Two images are attached to show the difference in rendering. Take note that the interface stays sharp throughout.
  2. Hello everybody, My question is really simple, Is any of you editing on affinity photo with 2 screens (two monitors) ? And if yes, What to you put on the first screen, what do you put on the second ? Is there a way to have several ajustements open at the same Time on one screen, and just the picture shown ok the second ? Thanks a lot, Regards, Ken.
  3. I have an unconventional setup on my windows machine that seems to trigger unhandled exceptions: One monitor runs on a Geforce GT 440 (1080x1920) and the other one on my Intel I7 2600k integrated graphics (rotated 1050x1680). I have Windows 10 build 1607, intel i7 2600k, nvidia Geforce GT 440, 16GB RAM. Both Designer and Photo crash when moved (or when parts of the UI is moved) to the rotated monitor. I'd be glad to share additional information if needed.
  4. Looking for a compatible drawing monitor to use with Affinity. It looks like the Wacom monitors are compatible, but I'm looking for something a little bit cheaper in price. Any suggestions?
  5. Does Affinity support two monitors? Is a free trial available?