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Hello (again)!

I have a rectangle (that 9 x 1.75 one).  I see how to change the corners to curves, but I am not seeing where I can change the value to make it MORE curvy; it's stuck at default.  In DT Designer, I change box to curves, than change default value of 25% to what I want (in this case 45%).

Thank you again for your help.

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or, if using the "default" corner drop down in the Context Toolbar with a shape selected, you can adjust the corner radius with the slider next to it. (it defaults to %, but you can select the "Absolute Sizes" checkbox to switch to the document units.)

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12 minutes ago, prophet said:

Select a corner that has been rounded using the Corner Tool and you can adjust the Radius in the Context Toolbar.

 

5 minutes ago, prophet said:

or, if using the "default" corner drop down in the Context Toolbar with a shape selected, you can adjust the corner radius with the slider next to it. (it defaults to %, but you can select the "Absolute Sizes" checkbox to switch to the document units.)

The iPad version of Affinity Designer has a ‘Radius’ control for the Corner Tool but it doesn’t have a numerical control for the corner radius of round-cornered rectangles created directly with the Rectangle Tool.

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