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Hey there,

I was wondering if you could select an object without marking the whole object,

like illustrator.

Thanks for the helpers in advance.

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Preferences -> Tools -> Select object when intersects with selection marquee

or just clicking left with the mouse. But I think you meant the selection rectangle?

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Hi Cursed,

Welcome to the Affinity forums!

There are many useful options in the Affinity application preferences, for instance this might meet your need:

1758900540_selectionmarquepref.jpg.b4b8c59f69d1ade4e19bf170a9c79534.jpg

 

 


macOS 10.14.6, Macbook Pro Retina 15" + Eizo 24"

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31 minutes ago, Joachim_L said:

Preferences -> Tools -> Select object when intersects with selection marquee

or just clicking left with the mouse. But I think you meant the selection rectangle?

 

 
 
 
 
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30 minutes ago, thomaso said:

Hi Cursed,

Welcome to the Affinity forums!

There are many useful options in the Affinity application preferences, for instance this might meet your need:

1758900540_selectionmarquepref.jpg.b4b8c59f69d1ade4e19bf170a9c79534.jpg

 

 

Exactly what I meant.

Thanks guys!

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