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+1. We have been waiting for this for far too long. Please implement this as website work is difficult without proportional corner radius. Instead of % please add pixel option!

 

This has indeed been added. Well done Affinity!

Edited by robskinn
Has been implemented as absolute measurement
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  • 5 months later...
On 7/12/2019 at 11:30 AM, cleay said:

To ELI5 — if I draw a 100mm square, convert to curves, and add 20mm radius to a corner with the corner tool, then scale the square to 50mm, the corner remains at 20mm radius instead of scaling to 10mm as would be logical. Seems like a no-brainer to me, but hey ho...

Not that it makes sense imho - draw the rectangle - check Absolute sizes - choose corner type - set radius to 20mm

Duplicate (for comparison) uncheck Absolut sizes - scale.

Or try the "Contour"-tool.

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  • 11 months later...

I'm gonna toss a bump on this one too.

There's a box in the stroke pallet that says "scale with object", would really love to see this same checkbox added to the context bar for rounded corners to scale with object on a per object basis (preferably on by default). 

 

 

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