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  1. When working on a macbook pro with os x 10.13.6 with affinity designer v1.6.1 or affinity photo 1.6.7 the following occurs in both programs: the shortcuts, triggered from an usb graphic tablet always cause the warning tone, set in the system. Of course, it's possible to reduce the volume or switch it off completely, but then you won't hear it in any other situation/program. In other programs (MediBang Pro, Sketchbook Pro) this does not occur and the shortcuts work without an acoustic warning tone.
  2. Recently picked up a copy of Affinity photo and though much of the program works like photoshop and was easy to switch to, I found some short cut keys missing which I feel are very important. There are no short cut keys for changing the foreground and background colors to Black and White (Photoshop has the letter D) and there is no short cut for reverting back to the original image (Photoshop has the '\' key).
  3. In my work flow in Illustrator I constantly used my left hand on the left of the keyboard (s, z, x, c, d, etc.) for quick tool selection. In Illustrator one has to use the space bar also. I have now replaced these AD shortcuts, except for a couple great Illustrator keyboard helps. One of these is when editing inside a text box in Illustrator I simply used my left thumb on the CMD key to change the cursor to Illustrator's "select" tool, and when I lifted my thumb I could go back to text editing. As far as I can see (and I may be wrong) the only way I can get from inside a text box back to then "move" or 'node" tools is go to the screen and it from the toolbox. Otherwise I have typed my shortcut in the text box. Is this correct? If so, then AD should think up one of their creative ways of doing this since one is always going back and forth from working elsewhere to the "move" or 'node" tools. BTW, AD's technique of a simply click on the screen when nothing is selected to get back to the desired cursor is ingenious. Great idea when one gets used to it.
  4. In my work flow in Illustrator I constantly used my left hand on the left of the keyboard (s, z, x, c, d, etc.) for quick tool selection. In Illustrator one has to use the space bar also. I have now replaced these AD shortcuts, except for a couple great Illustrator keyboard helps. One of these is when editing inside a text box in Illustrator I simply used my left thumb on the CMD key to change the cursor to Illustrator's "select" tool, and when I lifted my thumb I could go back to text editing. As far as I can see (and I may be wrong) the only way I can get from inside a text box back to then "move" or 'node" tools is go to the screen and it from the toolbox. Otherwise I have typed my shortcut in the text box. Is this correct? If so, then AD should think up one of their creative ways of doing this since one is always going back and forth from working elsewhere to the "move" or 'node" tools. BTW, AD's technique of a simply click on the screen when nothing is selected to get back to the desired cursor is ingenious. Great idea when one gets used to it.
  5. Is there anywhere I can find a list of all the possible keyboard short-cuts for Affinity Designer? Just want to look up to see what are some possible ones. Thanks!
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