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  1. How can I get it to work like it did before? I don't want the cropped pixels to show up when I change the canvas size, that's why I cropped them. Even after I rasterize layer, if I expand the canvas then the cropped parts of the image reappear. Very frustrating.
  2. Talking about photo. Yes it's cropping the image, but I use different layers as boundaries that I expect to be snappable when I use the crop tool. That's how it works in Photoshop.
  3. I've tried every snap option and I can't figure this out. When I drag the crop tool inward, it won't snap to anything. I want it to snap to different layers that are present. How do I make that work?
  4. So frustrated by this. I want to use the selection box and then move that specific piece, not the entire layer. Photoshop does this automatically where I never even need to think about it, it just works. Affinitiy is like 50/50, sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. Is there a setting somewhere that I can change to make it work the way I want 100% of the time? That should really be the default.
  5. +1 "Hide transform controls" is all that is needed. Simply toggle that needs to be implemented.
  6. I want to "snap" layers around the edges if I get close. Also need to see the center line if I get close, both horizontal and vertical. Is this just a setting somewhere?
  7. It is my understanding that Affinity Photo does not support this basic and expected feature, so what is the best way to achieve the same result? I use this tool for just about every single image that I work on so I'm baffled by its omission here. I really need the ability to trim the edges of a canvas according to the selected color (or transparency). How can I do this?
  8. I used this SO MUCH in Photoshop. Very surprised to see that it's not a feature in Affinity Photo. After googling I found some other people asking about it last year, and the "solution" was to set up a macro or something that did like 4 different things to achieve the same result. Please just... copy the feature from Photoshop instead. Really copy most of the ones you don't have already. Thanks.
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