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Hey MichaelMeeuwissen,

Would it be possible for you to record a quick video? I cannot reproduce this so I'm probably doing something slightly different. I assume this happens every time? Do the number of layers make any difference? 

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Please let me know if you get this to happen again. If you can possibly provide a recipe to reproduce it, that would be great. I did try for a good 20 mins or so but it never happened. Cheers :) 

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On 7/15/2018 at 7:15 PM, MichaelMeeuwissen said:

After dragging group to the back , group stays on screen and can’t be removed or deleted. Even when opening new documents group stays visible




I didn’t see that’s already an thread about this bug, so I started one more two days ago with exact the same behavior...

I thought it was the new update for Affinity Designer for iPad that introduced this bug?

Even the colorpicker gets stucked sometime on the canvas, and refuse to go away without a total restart of the app...


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I can get this easily by doing the following:

  1. Add a few shapes
  2. Press and hold a layer so you can move it (but keep it held)
  3. With another finger, press the Assets Studio
  4. The Layer will be stuck on the screen. This happens with the colour picker from the Colour Studio

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