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Hi there!

I am having issues with the recent update. It seems that the Flood Fill Tool has changed and became super harsh for some reason. It used to be soft and natural. I have used Affinity Designer for almost over a year and it was working perfectly fine until the recent big update. 

It is a major tool that I use everytime and is a big part of my process so I hope you can help fix the problem somehow?

If not, I have to start using Procreate which is ashame since I love this program!!

Please help. Thank you!!




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Hi LisaNooin,
Welcome to the Affinity Forums!

Do you have an example that demonstrates where this was giving the results you are expecting please? If you have an afdesign file saved with history that would be even better.

From your video the behaviour looks correct. The tool will fill a range of pixels (based on the Tolerance value set) with a solid colour fill. I've recorded a video in both 1.6 and 1.7 Designer iPad that demonstrates the flood fill tool on the same picture. 

Designer 1.7:

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