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  1. I'm using Affinity Designer. I have artistic text on a circular path and basic text in the center. I grouped all text together, but when I resize the group, the aspect ratio of the text changes. If I expand the group, the center text gets larger and the text on the path gets smaller. And vice versa. But, I'd like to maintain the ratio so that all text expands/decreases at the same rate. Is that possible? Is there a "scale with object" option for this? I will attach my file. text_path_resize.afdesign
  2. In AD when using the effects panel (behind the layer panel, not the standalone Layer Effects panel) the default is for the "Scale with object" to be off. It seems hard to believe that most people most of the time would rather have the effects not scale with the object. I'm not sure if I can think of more than 2 instances where this might be desirable. Please make the default "Scale with object" to be on. Or at least add a choice in the preferences for this option.
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