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the flood select tool when applied as new or add only changes the tolerance when you drag it over the area you wish to select. Nothing else happens. The tolerance goes to 100%. I dont believe this should happen. . While it erroneously increases the tolerance it does Not actually select anything... Also when you uncheck contiguous it still does not select the noncontiguous areas. Please repair. The selection brush tool also does not seem to select anything anymore much of the time and when it does only where the brush actually passed over
I am using Affinity Photo 1.6.7 on an iMac OS High Sierra with Wacom Intuos 5 tablet. Some problems I may have encountered: 1. Flood Fill Tool tolerance jumps back to "0" after being set to over 50. This happens quite often when I am trying to fill several areas. 2. Brush tool switches to Move tool on Layers pallettes causing problems when selecting different layers. 3. Turning off the Fill tool keystroke (G) in Preferences in Photo Persona and closing out AP and opening again. The Fill tool turns back on. Every time I restart Affinity Photo, I have to turn Fill tool keystroke (G) off again.
Hi! I’m evaluating Affinity Designer as a replacement for Adobe Illustrator and I’m very impressed. However, my main tool would be the vector brush and I’m a bit disappointed with it. I find that Affinity’s vector brush re-interprets my strokes too much. I draw a curve and the resulting stroke gets transformed: it ends up being a bit too flat or a bit too curvy, a bit off. Is there a way to control the brush tool tolerance? In Adobe Illustrator, I can control brush fidelity and smoothness (see screenshot). I would say Affinity Designer’s tool would compare to Illustrator’s brush options set at 5 pixels / 5 %. I prefer setting it at 1 pixel / 1% for higher fidelity. Can something like this be done? (Please note that this doesn’t apply to the pixel brush (Pixel Persona), which follows my strokes precisely.)
Hey, Just wanted to give a heads up that on my machine, all the tolerance sliders (opacity, HSL, etc.) all have a major delay (minus the layers panel sliders). They also aren't very sensitive and even "jumping" when when trying to make delicate shifts in value. They have no issue when clicking on a particular section of the slider, which is sometimes what I have to resort to. It's pretty troublesome when you have to make very slight variations. Let me know if you need any info. Thanks! Windows 7 (64) AMD Phenom II X4 925 2.8GHZ 8 GB Ram NVIDIA GeForce GT 720 Monoprice MP-22 Display Tablet