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  1. There's no way to hide the scroll bars. They don't even hide when the canvas size is smaller than the window. I never click on a scroll bar to move around. The space bar is way more efficient. It'd be great if there's an option to hide the scroll bars entirely.
  2. Hi, when I have AD in brush mode it becomes problematic to use the scroll bars for moving around the image. The pointer remains in brush mode when I leave the design window to operate the scroll bar instead of changing back to the usual mouse arrow - as a matter of fact, it only reverts to the expected mouse pointer BEYOND the point where you'd be able to use it for scrolling (grrrr). The behaviour is consistent - as soon as the mouse pointer is again able to move a scroll bar it changes back into a brush. I can't take a screenshot of it as the brush disappears as soon as I touch a function key..
  3. Got a chance to check Affinity Photo Trial so until I run out I will bug you a bit. Using: Affinity Photo 1.4 When I have large brush (like selection brush) I see round shape indicating its region. This is a good thing. However when I want to scroll the canvas a bit and I move pointer over the scrollbar it is still a round shape, not a pointer (arrow or anything) and it is very hard to aim at it. Also it confused me quite a bit - I didn't know if when I click I will scroll the image or use the brush on image.
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