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AP1.5.1: using arrow buttons to adjust white balance leads to giant jumps

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I'm using Affinity Photo 1.5.1 on macOS 10.12.2, but I'm pretty sure that this bug has been around since 1.4.x and Sierra. 


I loaded a RAW image into Affinity Photo and attempted to adjust its white balance (in the Develop persona) using the UI's spinner buttons. Rather than changing the white balance a little bit, the arrows cause the white balance to leap to the extreme ends of the scale. Often, it doesn't matter whether "up" or "down" is clicked; the white balance gets set to 2000K either way. The white balance is adjustable by dragging the slider as normal. 


I've attached a GIF screencast illustrating this issue.



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Hey creature,


I'll get this logged with development. Thanks for the report :)

I've just closed the app and opened it again and I can't reproduce it. Tested in 1.5.2 beta 2...

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I tried to reproduce this in 1.5.2 beta 3, and had no luck – but then, I didn't have exact steps to reproduce before. It just kinda showed up as part of my workflow. I'm not planning on using the beta day-to-day, but I'll report back if it recurs.


I did log several other bugs at the same time as this one that so far haven't been addressed; it would be nice if they could be checked out too. :)

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