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Bug: Save still disabled after moving a vector graphic using the arrow keys.

I discovered this after download and opening up an existing graphic file, i had group of vector objects i just wanted moving by 1 up arrow key press.

I highlighted a grouped set of vectors, i pressed the up arrow key to move it by 1 click, and the File->Save and save was disabled.  I checked the transfer tab option by bottom right and it had moved it but document wasn't showing modified.

I checked to see if this happened from a new file, i replicated it very easily:

File->New : accept defaults.

Drop 2 rectangles on the canvas, overlay one offset over the other, give each one a different colour and save.

File->Save document and close Affinity Designer.

To see the issue:

Open Affinity Designer, select the recent document we've just saved and click on one of the vector rectangles, click up arrow once and look at the File->Save menu, although i'd moved one of the rectangles it doesn't enable the File->Save option.








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