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  1. So I posted another topic earlier, and then thought I was being obtuse, so I deleted it. Well, I was only being somewhat obtuse. My issue was that part of the Studio panels in Affinity Publisher (v1.8.3) were spilling off the screen (as in I could not access part of the window because it was too low on the screen). I forgot that I had changed the screen resolution so that the text on my Mac (running macOS Catalina (10.15.4)) would be bigger. So I tried switching back to the smaller text (i.e., higher resolution) in order to re-size the "Text Frame" panel like I had done with the "Layers" panel, but I discovered I couldn't do that with the "Text Frame" panel. So that seems a little bit like a bug, but the other thing is, I think it would help to make the software more accessible if the program recognized the altered resolution on the computer and adjusted for it.
  2. Yesterday a friend of mine just pressed some buttons, when affinity was open, now i dont have a Studio panel. Can you tell me how to activate that
  3. Hi guys, so, I got this problem with the studios, of both Affinity designer and photo, on Windows 10, are not displaying the right way. Right after the start the welcome screen is part white, no buttons showing, I can only work around that "buggy welcome screen" with pushing "ESC". Well, but then, the studio itself is buggy. Sometimes it works, for about 10 mins, than the panels "mix up", buttons vanish ... it's annoying. I tried to resolve the problem myself, but I don't quite get the right term to search for that exact bug. The PC is updated to the fullest. I'm really helpless right now, because working with the software right now, like this, is nearly impossible. I know that the problem could have been, because of the 32 bit and 64 bit versions, but I pretty sure I got the right one installed. Perhaps someone else has the lightning strike idea. I'm at my wit's end. Thanks in advance Mel
  4. Whenever I open Affinity Designer the panels lie one above the other even though I have them arranged before. I want to have the panels arranged always equal. The same at the Tools panel. If the position of the panels not be saved, maybe in the Prefs? Thanks, Matt -------------------------- MacBook Pro, mid 2014 Mac OS X 10.10.5 Affiinity Designer 1.4.1, German
  5. The Studio Panels don't butt against each other when dragged/resized. Instead when dragged and resized, they onscure each other. If I extend the Layes panel upward it will cover the colour panel instead of butting it upwards out of the way. Once I lost the colour panel completely behind layers and had to go through the menu > studio turning off and on again to get it back.
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