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When applying a style to an object it scales all the values based on the object's dimensions, regardless of if 'scale with object' is applied in the style or not.

Is there some workaround to have styles with absolute sizes?  

See the inner shadow's size applied to these two objects for an example. image.thumb.png.e802f4c65016dff26b898e0fabf4d00f.png

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Hi @RikN,

Welcome to the Affinity Forums :)

Thanks for your report! I can confirm this is a bug which is already logged with our developers to be resolved.

I have 'bumped' the development report with your thread now and we hope to have this fixed in a future update. I hope this helps!

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