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  1. Since the digital industry is moving away from sRGB to a wider HDR style color profile, it would be nice to have some sort of color boundary line on the color wheel selector tool to let us know what colors are inside/outside of the sRGB color spectrum when using a HDR color profile. This might be good for CMYK as well. Perhaps use an actual color profile as a color selector option...
  2. Hi, I use AD for quite some typography projects, hence I often need to cycle through many font-faces before I select the one I want to use for a particular element. AD is making this however quite hard - as everytime I select a font face for an object when I want to go back to the list of fonts to evaluate other font options, I'm back on the top of the list (in the area with recently selected fonts). This is making it quite annoying, as I each time I want to keep moving on the list, I first need to manually scroll to the place where I left off (selected the last font)... I understand that having recent fonts on the top is quite useful, but, as it is easily accessible with HOME key, when selecting a text object, I'd rather be placed on the list in the place where the current font is placed, not on the top in the recent fonts area. (if you think this would annoy other users PLEASE make it an option).
  3. Hi there, while I had a whole bunch of small issues after the latest update of Affinity Designer (e.g. top toolbar got messed up with missing items and extra random buttons added at the end, side toolbox configuration messed up, some strange temporary color "banding" problem in the color selector, 3D layer effect rendering differently in some files, etc.) that I mostly was able to correct myself or have not yet reappeared one issue is really bugging me: When I select a font and scroll the list I often get strange redraw effects and the selector seems to sit between two entries. It is not only looking ugly, but it's a real usability issue, see screenshot. It doesn't seem to be related to specific fonts (happens all over the place.) Affinity Designer 1.5.1, Mac OS X 10.10.5 Yosemite (w/ all the latest Updates)
  4. I recently switched from Sketch because I couldn't change DPI settings (72 only) and it had no support for CMYK. That being said they do a lot of things right. One thing that I immediately noticed and took for granted was that when I'm 'bumping' an object over with the arrow keys the highlighted outline of the selected object auto-hides and lets you get a good look at the work without anything getting in your way. Right now with Affinity I have to deselect the object, take a look at my adjustment and then re-select the object to adjust it again. It would be smooth out the work-flow if you guys can add that option/feature. I'm sorry I don't even know the correct terms. I tried to search to see if someone had suggested this feature so I apologize if I'm re-posting it
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