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  1. Yes it is, but try filling in any area with the paint bucket and then select in the same area and fill with the previous color. Anything below 30% will leave a line through the colors.
  2. I don't know how much it would help then, but I uploaded the image to the dropbox. Apologies for the wait. Personally, I still haven't found a reason to why the bucket is leaving a visible line. I've worked around it by doing extra steps in brushing it over but it's really slowing down my work flow. Any help as to what I'm doing wrong would be appreciated!
  3. Oh np! Apologies for the big file, but this is usually the size I work in. 17-1.afphoto
  4. so this is a weird glitch paint bucket fill glitch that just happened today. I have been working with the paths and bucket tool for over a year now for a comic book client, so this is the first time I've seen this glitch in where filling in a new color creates an ugly visible line in the borders. This makes extra geometric shapes to select when color sampling and overall makes everything look really messy. My fill setting are at the normal 0% tolerance and contiguous checked off. I'm at a loss of how to fix this.
  5. I apologize, I had the "transparent background" turned off right before I shared the document. I looked into the problem and apparently blogger doesn't take .pngs that well. I've hosted the image on another site and the white did not show up. I'll find another way or just deal I suppose. Thank you all for your help!
  6. Hello, so this is a problem I'm having trying to upload a transparent image to my blogger page. I have read the other forum posts but none of them seemed to fix my problem. I've done the following to the image: -separated the image from the white background with the selection tool: it is on one layer. -I have "transparent background" turned on -I exported the image as a PNG, bilinear, and area marked as "selection without background". Yet this is what I get on my blog: I'm at a loss to what I need to do to make it transparent. If needed I uploaded the affinity file in question. 1.afphoto
  7. Second option worked, thank you! Turns out the layer mask I had was confusing the selection tool, so as soon as I deleted said layer the Sampled Color was able to make the correct selection right away.
  8. Hello, I've been using Affinity Photo for about 2-3 weeks now to work on a local client's comic book and I am extremely impressed with the efficiency with the program thus far! However I ran into a problem when attempting to remove the blue guide lines (margins used in comic book coloring). These lines are traditionally color coded blue, so that they're "easier" to erase while in a photo editing software and with Photoshop I had no problems erasing them. However I have tried multiple selection options with Affinity but all the magic wand does is either select everything else including the black or selects individual blue pixels and not the blue lines entirely. The blue itself is slightly transparent so that might be an issue? Here is what I did to get to this stage if it helps: Filters > Color > Erase white paper CTRL + J > CTRL+ E (to make the marker lines darker and then I just merged them together) Magic Wand tolerance set at 0%. - I mean I could always erase with a layer mask, but I would prefer a cleaner way to select and erase the blue in one go. Any thoughts?

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