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  1. Hi, I've noticed some lag and image tearing (if that is the term) when an image is rotated. Blocks of the image are rendered on screen in sections, usually more than one. This happens with small, or large resolution images - larger one's are more obvious. Sizes from 1000 pixels upward. My PC is no slouch, Windows 10, Core i5, 8GB, Nvidia Geforce 750ti 2GB. I don't get this issue with Photoshop, or any other image editing software. I've included a screen grab to demonstrate. Usually there are more blocks making up the image as it is rotated. To reproduce. Open an image, deselect the base layers lock and rotate the image manually. Images are totally smooth in Photoshop, ArtRage, Clip Paint Studio, Rebelle when rotated etc. Thanks, Jay.
  2. Would be great to be able to adjust the amount of curvature ib the leading edge of the teardrop, perhaps oscillating between current (dome shape) and a parabola.... LOVE shapes!
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