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13LMNT posted a topic in (Pre 1.7) Bugs on iPadHi, My name is Benjamin. When designing in Affinity Designer in iPad, with my second gen Apple Pencil Touch, I have noticed that whatever width a single line has, I can't select it with (V) tool to move it. It is always starting in selection mode as soon as I press my pencil tip on the screen and drag it. And if I try to move anything with the wheel selection in Transform Studio, it is either moving at light speed across my screen, or like at an ak-47 gunshot rhythm.... ta ta ta ta ta ta ta ta....and comes back either where it started originally to move from, or goes far away from the desired point of destination. NOT super handy and precise. I actually experienced better precision with my fingers... Also, when in other apps, fullscreen, and copying text or png icon, and trying to paste it in affinity designer, the app crashes completely. Have to reboot all the time. No exception made. I love your softwares and keep up the good work to develop others!! WE NEED ADOBE ALTERNATIVES LIKE YOURS!!! Love you guys Signed: FAN FOR LIFE
On Mac I can open a document with two apps at once and with Serif apps I can edit a photo in Photo and Designer simultaneously also with a live refresh. So what if I need to edit a document with both apps on iPad? For now I only managed to do so by opening the document, editing, saving, closing and then opening in the other app. But that’s really inefficient. Is there a way to edit something in an app, then simply switch to the other, and keep editing?
Hi If you export a big image in any format, as PNG for exemple and you double clic on another image in your finder while this first one is still exporting then the export stop and the loading happen but then the application freeze. I have then to kill it and relaunch. this seams to be happening all the time. Let ne know how I can help you solve this as I would like to be able to multitask this kind of operations. Regards.