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PatPaton

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  1. @Callum thanks for answering and sorry I’ve disappeared! I was using the strength at 100%. Then I decreased to 99% and it worked. However it works for a while and then stops... P
  2. Hi there, I’m trying to use the mixer brush in a different layer than my original photo and so far it’s not working. I’d like to know if I’d be able to this or not. I want the painting version of my photograph to be in a different layer. So what I do is: I duplicate the original photo layer and in between the 2 layers I create a new pixel layer. I then decrease the fill of the top layer of my original photo to 1%. Then I merge it down with the pixel layer I created. The other original layer of my photo is moved up and opacity decreased, so I can see what I’m painting. I set the primary colour to none, so the mixer brush is clean all the time in order to use the colours of my original photo. I then check the brush to be wet. When I paint to this merged down layer (1% fill original photo + new pixel layer) nothing happens. There are pixels in the layer and the brush is not getting them. Can anyone give an insight on this? Thanking in advance!
  3. Thank you for this Jeff! I use Mac but it could have been that my plugins weren't in the correct directory. I re installed them and they are all working and from now on I will pay attention if it was the case of incorrect directory, as I could have easily changed their location after installing them first time.
  4. Hi all, I was wondering if it is on my side or not but after I installed the newest version of Affinity photo, all my plugins are not there anymore. Will I have to install all of them again? Is this normal and if so, wouldn't it be a good idea to automate re installation of existed plugins in users' previous versions? Thanks in advance for any help.
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