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When trying to set the line size in Affinity Designer2 after I release the mouse button for the size I require it jumps back to another setting.  However when I do this through the Appearance panel all works ok. Have I adjusted a setting somewhere for the behaviour. Should add, this problem does not happen in Publisher2 nor Photo2.  Cheers John

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Affinity Designer/Photo/Publisher 2.2 for Windows • Windows 11 (22H2 build 22621 2283) Home
Affinity Designer/Photo/Publisher 2.1.1 for iPad • iPad OS 16.6….. iPad Pro 10.5

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Interesting.. I can make it happen as well!
It seems to occur when the lines are viewed as mm rather than px (setting changed in preferences > User Interface >Show Lines in Points 
i.e toggle off Show lines as points...  switch back issue disappears!

 

Affinity Version 1 (10.6) Affinity Version 2.2.0 All (Designer | Photo | Publisher)   Beta; 2.2.0.2005
OS:Windows 10 Pro 22H2 OS Build 19045.3155+ Windows Feature Experience Pack 1000.19041.1000.0
Rig:AMD FX 8350 and AMD Radeon (R9 380 Series) Settings Version 21.04.01 
Radeon Settings Version 2020
20.1.03) + Wacom Intuous 4M with driver 6.3.41-1

 

 

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I can make the problem go away by selecting points in this dialogue.  Thanks for the tip in preferences > User Interface >Show Lines in Points. Cheers John

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Affinity Designer/Photo/Publisher 2.2 for Windows • Windows 11 (22H2 build 22621 2283) Home
Affinity Designer/Photo/Publisher 2.1.1 for iPad • iPad OS 16.6….. iPad Pro 10.5

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  • 2 weeks later...
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Sorry that you have experienced this problem with the 2.0.3 release of the Affinity Suite. 

We have now released 2.0.4 on all platforms, and using those builds this problem no longer occurs.

Patrick Connor
Serif Europe Ltd

"There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man. True nobility lies in being superior to your previous self."  W. L. Sheldon

 

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