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I tried affinity designer, everything is great, but can we have multiple column of UI panel? now all panel all stack together.

multi column UI panel allow me to set a UI panel (say layer panel) largest and take up one whole column, while those not used that often dock at a secondary column

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Welcome to the Affinity forums. 

In case you haven't discovered it yet, you can separate the panels already; just drag their tabs free from their current location. However, on a Mac you can't have more than one column that is docked to the left nor more than one column docked to the right. The others will be free-floating.

Help: https://affinity.help/designer2/en-US.lproj/pages/Workspace/customizingWorkspace.html

That may get you closer to what you want.

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On 6/18/2024 at 6:31 AM, walt.farrell said:

However, on a Mac you can't have more than one column that is docked to the left nor more than one column docked to the right. The others will be free-floating.

I really hope this limitation will be reconsidered. A free-floating panel isn't the same as docking, and having only one column for each side isn't unobtrusive enough for some users' workflows.

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