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  1. Designer on Windows 10. I am trying to follow the video on custom brushes as in https://affinityspotlight.com/article/5-things-you-should-know-about-affinity-designer-19/?utm_source=SpotlightEmail&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Newsletter The video begins with 5 vector shapes on one layer. As far as I can make out, they have to be on the same layer; otherwise the brush is created from only one shape. I can add them together, and then they do go onto the same layer, but then they are all changed to the same colour. How do I do it?
  2. 1. Is there a way to move a handle while having multiple objects selected? 2. Is it possible to add multiple strokes to just one shape? The attached file are 3 layers of rectangles with a slight curve, I copy pasted each rectangle on top of each other to create a multi stroke "look" by aligning each rectangle stroke to inside, outside and centre but now if I want to alter the curve with all 3 rectangles selected to alter the curve uniformly, how can I achieve this?
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