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Loving the software so far, but there's a rather annoying bug of how the artboard boundaries are displayed when zoomed in (usually more than 600%).


Artboard boundaries appear to be shifting at different zoom levels, which seems to be only a visual bug, though extremely distracting when constantly switching between different levels of magnification.

Please have a look at the attached screenshots while paying attention to:

(1) Zoom level,
(2) The grid,
(3) Artboard boundary in its top left corner,
(4) The red rectangle looking unaligned - even though it is right on the grid (which is also confirmed by the information in the Transform box).

* "example 1.jpg" @100% and "example 2.jpg" @500% look fine. The issue appears in "example 3.jpg" and the rest of the screenshots.

Using Affinity Designer on Windows 10.


Please let me know if you're aware of the issue. When is it going to be addressed?













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