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ianmac65

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  1. Thanks for confirming. I'll give affinity another try later when this has been rectified, but for now I'll have to stick with Photoshop.
  2. Hi - sorry for the delay getting back to you. I had to go overseas and just got back. My trial has since expired so i'll try to remember the steps I took to create the macro. 1. I opened the image above and started recording a macro. 2. I resized the image to 1280px of the longest edge 3. I placed the banner image I wanted in the top centre of the image 4. Flattened the layers and stoped recording. Then I closed the image and went to batch processor, selected a folder of images, selected a save to folder, added the macro I created and ran it. All the images processed and went to the correct folder but the banner was enlarged, lower down and off the main image as the above image shows. Interestingly, I seem to recall that if I just run the macro on an already open image it did what I was expecting it to (I think)
  3. Hopefully someone knows a solution to this problem as it's driving me nuts! I am trying to create a macro that will place a png banner at the top of a photo. As I go through the steps of creating the macro everything seems fine until I run/play the macro! The banner I create at the top of the photo is significantly enlarged and off the side of the photo. As per photo, the banner is supposed to be in the red area but as you can see it has been enlarged and is now in a different position going off the document. I normally do this in Photoshop and had hoped that this might be something Affinity can do. Thanks Ian
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