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  1. I've also just downloaded a number of PS brushes into Affinity Photo. There is however, no pressure sensitivity to any of these new brushes. If anyone has a idea for a fix I would greatly appreciate it. I'm using a Deco 3 pad. ~ Dave ** fixed **
  2. Thank you for your response. I tried that and still had problems getting all of the transparent area's to become white. That being said, I adjusted the layer properties that you had me make to "darken" and that worked. I have no idea why, but i'm not complaining Thanks again!
  3. let's make this simpler. I need the transparent area's of the hard hat to be white. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Hi All. I'm about a month into Designer and ran into a snag. I can describe the situation this way. Imagine a chessboard set inside a square-shaped transparent background. I drew all the black squares independently (their own layer)s. Now, I want the white spaces to be white, but they are currently transparent. However, I don't want the entire background to be white, just the white spaces on the "board" and not the entire 10x10 background. What's the easiest way to accomplish this? (hope that made sense) Thanks. Dave
  5. Good evening, everyone. I am a brand new Affinity user as of yesterday and I have a question. Anytime I attempt to use the artistic text tool (text on a path) within a shape (in my case a circle) the shape layer disappears completely from my list of layers. The text wraps around the shape as intended, but the shape itself is no longer visible and has been deleted from my layers. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! ~ Dave
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