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  1. Indeed it is a single stroked line and expanding the stroke works. But AD should either a) convert it to a suitable curve by implicitly expanding the stroke (maybe even with a warning) b) not let me do it Like it is right now it's a very bad UX. (I am also not quite sure why expanding the stroke creates an additional empty layer) Thanks for the quick reply.
  2. I was trying to subtract two shapes from another and it gives an unexpected behaviour. Even if I this was a user error (which I don't think it is) this result does not match the expectation. So I'd consider this either a bug in code or in UX. This is with latest version from the MAS on 10.14.6
  3. So no further comments? Ballooning files like that is a bit of a problem for the long term.
  4. Thanks, @walt.farrell, I am quite glad it's not just me Your tests exactly reflect my experience.
  5. Thanks, @stokerg Unfortunately all the infos I found and read suggested that a "Save As" should shrink the file to a reasonable size. And that's just not the case for me. Any further suggestions?
  6. Hey there, I've already in a couple of forum threads about the file size behaviour of Affinity Photo. Unfortunately things still don't quite add up for me. I've got a 10MB NEF RAW file. I've reduced to RGB/8, history is turned off and I also used "Save As" trying to trigger the file streamlining. Still the Affinity Photo file is 112MB. What am I missing? cheers, Torsten
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