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Cyan Cooper

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  1. Thank you for clarifying! I removed it and the white border on the exported file went away. It's a little inconvenient that you can't use a live filter layer without offering it to specific layers. Hopefully Affinity's product team looks into this!
  2. Been encountering this issue for a while. Looked online and everyone else who posted about it hasn't received an adequate answer. When I export a JPG from an artboard in Publisher (Designer using Studio Link) I occasionally get a 16-pixel-thick border that wasn't there prior to exporting (image attached). The position and size of the artboard is in whole pixels, there are no margins set, and there are no slices because it's Publisher and there is no export persona. This behavior didn't start until the last year or so. I can do a workaround by putting everything into an empty rec
  3. Our company helps YouTube channels grow, and we've created our own YouTube presence that teaches people how to do it themselves. One of the #1 things people ask about is creating thumbnails, and we've been using Affinity to create thumbnails for years. We want to recommend Affinity Photo in our thumbnail tutorials, and provide affiliate links for the software. Is there still no affiliate program?
  4. There's no way to change the page default color? You have to use rectangles?
  5. I'm getting this issue as well. The REALLY messed up thing is that only one of the pages in the Publisher document has this behavior. Attached are screenshots. The font is Montserrat, and it displays fine inside of Publisher but not in PDF format. Again, this is only for one page of the Publisher document, the OTHER page of the Publisher document displays Montserrat in PDF format just fine. This behavior has been going on for a while, any help is much appreciated! Thank you!
  6. I figured out that when I use a recolor adjustment layer, put a mask on it, then use the brush to start brushing it in, the computer starts going slow.
  7. What would you like me to show in a video? All my layers are there to see, along with the CPU spike in activity monitor.
  8. I have this issue too! New 2019 iMac: iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2019), 3.7 GHz 6-Core Intel Core i5, 40 GB 2667 MHz DDR4, Radeon Pro 580X 8 GB It can run After Effects and Final Cut Pro no problem, but the second I start doing things in Affinity Publisher activity monitor shows the software taking 500%+ of CPU. As you can see in the image, the composition I'm working on isn't exactly complex, and every single element was created in Publisher (nothing imported from Photoshop). Any help on this is much appreciated. We've built our business on Affinity products—which work fine
  9. I just found this thread after experiencing the same thing for months. I had two apps (Unclutter and Paste) that had to blacklist Affinity before the crashing stopped. Good to know what it was, now the hair won't stand up on the back of my neck every time I hit command + C!
  10. It's not practical using Publisher when you need to use multiple artboards of different sizes.
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