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  1. Entweder über Hinzufügen oder Kurven vereinen. Hinzufügen trimmt gegebenenfalls überlappende Elemente und erzeugt das Ergebnis als eine Schleife, Kurven vereinen behält immer die exakte Ursprungsgeometrie bei.
  2. You can directly erase from (pixel) layers only, (image) layers or vector objects need to either be rasterized to use the eraser brush or worked around via masking. Some of the above will be done automatically by the assistant depending on your settings
  3. In current public release you can do this using the outline effect, it's not a stroke however and more limited in regards of handling
  4. For windows your user data is located in C:\Users\(user)\AppData\Roaming\Affinity\Designer\1.0 this includes your imported brushes, assets, color palettes etc., if you want to filter things to avoid losing later imported resources when re-applying this configuration the specific files are in the /user subfolder.
  5. Attached is a short video (edit - has anyone else some horribly shaky cursor there? it's not my hand I swear ... ) : - set up your global colours - create a symbol for the name - duplicate the symbol so you have one for each colour - disable sync, add colour overlays using your global colours, re-enable sync - add more duplicates to generously fill one line, group them, make the group another symbol - duplicate the line, adjust your offset, group it with the first line, make another symbol - duplicate to fill your canvas use alignment > space horizontally to adjust for different name lengths 2020-10-22 17-21-56.mp4
  6. using flood select with low tolerance on the background/invert selection doesn't look bad at all for a start, however the image has a quite low resolution for the fur details
  7. You can use the colour picker after selecting one of the base colours, then adjust the range of colour to be changed by your HSL adjustment: 2020-10-22 11-15-49.mp4
  8. This probably is a bug, for me (V1.8.5 / desktop) it's highlighting the used swatch properly. Maybe you could add an example file just to make sure it's not something inside the document?
  9. You can use the alignment options with selected nodes, not exactly a one-click solution either but at least you don't need to zoom in or be overly precise. If you're doing a lot of this you can bind align centre/middle to your keyboard and have it all a bit more streamlined. 2020-10-21 17-21-21.mp4
  10. as @markw said, the artboard is just hidden - if you unhide it ( ) everything should reappear
  11. You can also use mesh warp for a more interactive operation, it doesn't offer any kind of snapping however (i.e. you will have deformed edges), but as @Old Bruce said - it really depends on your image. (use doubleclick on the edge to add nodes) 2020-10-18 20-23-05.mp4
  12. My apologies, the translator ate the crucial details there. To keep it short I'd duplicate and clip the image to the areas you want to keep or to squeeze, then resize the middle section and reposition the adjacent areas. Overlapping rectangles are just for better visibility: 2020-10-18 10-19-37.mp4
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