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Hi all,

I would very much like to find out why AD moves my layers without me expressly doing so. I create a layer begin working in it and suddenly it shifts, snapping to the top of all the other layers, I can't figure out why it does that and is becoming very irritating, because I then have to do things in a more log-winded way to get what I want. It will happen 3 or 4 times out of 5. Anyone have any ideas as to why and how I can fix it please?

Desktop version 1.8.5
Windows 7 

Thanks

G

 

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By dragging that layer to the very bottom you are moving that layer out of the Artboard. You can see that when the blue highlight shifts to fill the layers panel from left to right at the 8:00 second mark.

Still in the artboard:851009648_ScreenShot2021-01-30at6_24_08AM.png.adbedd114a3750d8f435481652153307.png

Out of the artboard: 257277324_ScreenShot2021-01-30at6_24_23AM.png.dfb38df06eed50a410f5cdd3317a4921.png

MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012) Mac OS 10.12.6 || Mac Pro (Late 2013) Mac OS 10.14.6

Affinity Designer 1.9.3 | Affinity Photo 1.9.3 | Affinity Publisher 1.9.3 | Beta versions as they appear.

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