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  1. Hi, I'd like to ask you what is the purpose of showing the "none" colour the way of white colour when the Brush tool in Pixel Persona is selected. It is often confusing when I'm gonig to draw something hith white colour but the brush is not painting at all. Then I see, by comparing the colour selector and colour sliders, that there is difference and not consistancy, what means I had to sellect "none" colour before (often repeated when comming from Designer Persona to Pixel Persona with none colour in selector). I guess it would be better to indicate the none statement with red diagonal line as usual. The same for Affinity Photo.
  2. I'm a bit confused with the behaviour of the "none" colour while brush painting in pixel persona. I can set the colour of foreground and background to "none", what is also indicated by the red diagonal line. This is fine until I choose the Paint Brush Tool and start to paint something. The colour of the foreground changes automatically to white indicated by the white circle, but the brush is painting nothing. Because before the sellection of it the colour was set to "none". But why is than the circle indicating white colour? Either it should stay indicating "none" (red diagonal) or it should paint with white colour. This would by logical, am I right?
  3. Windows 10 Home 1809, Publisher 1.7.0.249, Designer 1.7.0.251 and Designer 1.6.5. This looks like a bug to me so I've posted it here but it might not be. It's difficult to explain so I'll let the attached GIF show what I mean. Basically, selecting "None" for either fill or stroke, while it does what it says it should, still shows what appears to be the "Swatches" tab. This means that I can, while still having "None" selected, select a colour. I can then switch to the "Swatches" tab and then switch back and the colour has been removed but I still have something like the swatches tab showing. This seems counter-intuitive to me. Shouldn't the "None" tab simply - at most - display a message telling the user to select one of the other tabs to select a fill/stroke colour? Or am I missing something here? It just doesn't seem right to me.
  4. In a table the stroke of multiple selected table cells often doesn't change and update accordingly. When I select all cells of a table in order to set their stroke to none and stroke size to 0, only few cells (randomly) are affected and updated. Many cells still do show a stroke there, even when afterwards the settings of some individual selected/active cells do show "none stroke" and "size 0" there is still a visable none removed stroke. One always has to reclick and retouch the stroke size slider of such cells in order to get them updated and to show up no stroke at all.
  5. Hokusai

    Colour Selection

    I don't know if this has been brought up or not but it is something that looks like a bug to me. I have attached a PDF that shows the problem. When I use a colour and then later I use a fill of none, the last colour selected remains highlighted. If a fill of none is chosen, then no swatches should be highlighted in Swatches Palette. If it is a known bug, sorry.
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