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  1. Since a couple of days I am unable to use Affinity Designer on my MacBook Air 11" (early 2014, OS X 10.10). When I either start a new document or open an existing one there is no visible (white) canvas but only the grey background visible (see screenshot). I can, however, select objects and edit them and the document is visible in the navigator section of the studio. On another installation (iMac 27" late 2012, OS X 10.10) I have no issues at all and love using the hell out of Affinity Designer :) I have tried resetting AD to its default settings, deleting any related files in Library-->Preferences, resarting (several times) and deleting and reinstalling AD from the App Store. Is this a known issue? Can anyone help me?
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