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  1. Hi, trying to understand some affinity Photo functionality, i observe a really strange behavior. Start with a life filter, e.g. procedural text, to generate a simple gray gradient Add a rectangular vector shape as mask Look at the transform panel The live filter now gets option to enter x, y, rotate and sheer If you enter 200 for x, the vector shapes gets shifted. But the x will shows -56 after completion. entering 100 for y will not shift, but -156 will be shown The valus seem to add to 256 Another observation: If yo
  2. Is there or could be interesting to have the area of a shape or polygon automatically calculated in the ‘transform’ panel, together with the now existing position and size? thanx!
  3. After locking a layer the info on the Transform panel cannot be edited, but then when you switch to another layer and re-select the locked layer again, that info inside the Transform panels shows all zeros. This is a bug. Obviously you cannot transform a locked layer but that doesn't mean the info in the transform field for that layer should show all zeros since there may be times when you have to double check the dimensions or placement of locked layers against new layers you're working with. thank you, ver. 1.5.2.58
  4. Hi guys. Maybe this has been mentioned before elsewhere, but I find the Tab shortcut behaviour on the Transform panel to be complete nonsense. The field selection order shouldn't be an absurd from left to right, top to bottom (i.e. X position > Width > Y Position > Height), but instead a more logical from top to bottom, left to right (i.e. X position > Y position > Width > Height). The way it is, it feels a bit broken whenever you feel the need to manually input values. And it should't take you more than changing a line or two of code to fix it, so… maybe you c
  5. When I work on projects in which pixel accuracy is important, often after scaling elements I need to manually adjust the coordinates in the transform tab. It would be nice if there were buttons for rounding coordinates on this panel. When clicking with the [ctrl] key, it could round all parameters. I painted it on attached screen. It would be very convenient at work when you working on many objects. Instead of correcting 4 fields on the keyboard.
  6. It would be a great help, if Affinity Designer / Photo could export information for slices from the transform panel (X, Y, W, H, rotation), e.g. in a CSV file. Chris
  7. Selecting a different position anchor (top-left, top-center, top-right, center-left etc.) the default selection is top left, indicated by a bigger white square. When you select another anchor, that one becomes bigger without changing colour while the top-left one does become smaller but remains white.
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