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I like the way it's explained, very clear :) I love this feature too...

 

 

http://vimeo.com/110124748

 

...but could it be even greater and more powerful.

 

I imagine being able to see in real time the "relative distances" (X,Y coordenates) of the "copied star" from the center-to-center or side-by-side (or both) of the original star.

 

And to be able to see how much (in %) it's that star being increased or decreased in size. (being 100% the size before scalling it)

https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/1173-scaling-bitmaps-and-vector/&p=4944

 

 

....as well as it's occurs now with the rotation.

 

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I hope my beloved smart-guide-visualization (or sort of) it's implemented soon.

https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/847-smart-guide-distance-visualization/

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That right there is one of the best tools implemented for anyone who does any technical work! I use that tool like no ones bussiness in Sketch! It about time Photoshop implemented it! 

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Part of it - you'll see snapping alignment indicators.  Sizes and spaces are going to be added soon.


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