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Hi, if I'm working with designs that have a lot of layers it's sometimes quite hard to identify the active layer in the layers list as it may not be in view and will thus require scrolling up and down before you can find the highlight.

 

Is there a way to quickly jump to the highlight in the layer list, or (even better) some sort of option that allows the active one to be scrolled into in view?  I accept the latter might not work when working with multiple selections, but when creating this would be quite handy because you don't always have to mine the relevant layer out of a long list..

 

Cheers!

Regards, Binc

 

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In Affinity Designer 1.5.x there is an option in Preferences > User Interface to Show Selection in Layers Panel. Check that & the Layers panel will automatically scroll to the selected layer.

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