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This began life (or was resurrected -- see below) when I was fourteen, at school in 1965 when Games was rained off and I started doodling in a notebook whatever came into my head. I've still got the notebook somewhere, but I can't lay my hands on it just now to show you the original scribble.But here's the weird creepy thing ... ten years or so later I was idly flipping through a book, A Century of Creepy Stories, at a friend's house, when I came to an illustration ... that was my teenage doodle! It was different, obviously, but had all the elements: the old man, the long-case clock, the water ...And then I remembered ... when I was seven, we had a caravan holiday in Cornwall. Under my bed, I found someone had left a book ... A Century of Creepy Stories! The room is by Vidar Nordli Mathisen from unsplash; the bath from a photo by Max Murauer from unsplash; the clock and the wooden posts are my own photos; the other elements I borrowed from the internet.
Hi all, I encountered many bugs of Designer on my iPad 2018 + Apple Pencil. This post is about the Stabiliser option. When I first installed Designer a week ago, both options seemed to be working as intended, like in this video (54s) : https://affinity.serif.com/en-us/tutorials/designer/ipad/#/video/272749894 An hour ago I wanted to use those options but the fact is there were no difference between the two as I was seeing the "rope" preceding the curves no matter what I chose, plus the effect is the same. I also saw something strange. In the frame concerning the Window stabiliser options I saw that : <Window stabiliser> 15px Stabiliser Length What's strange is that LENGTH 15px is an attribute of the rope, not the window. I reinstalled the app, didn't change any option, the attributes bug disappeared but the behavior remained, is it intended? Did I miss something? (in English shouldn't it be stabilizer and not stabiliser? (Sorry, I'm not English native )) Thanks for your answers.