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  1. space-command-option-click for zooming out skips a few pages down on a mac. This has been bugging me for a long time.
  2. Any news on this? I have the same issue and every update I hope it is fixed. Noticed this: when the first page of a document is selected in the Pages-tab, zooming out works correctly. Any other page selected, the skipping down on zooming out happens.
  3. Thanks guys, this helps. When you say "curves", you are not referring to the curves-adjustment, but to the general blend options of the layer, right? This:
  4. Is there a way I can remove the red lines without having to resort to inpainting/healing/erasing? Some combination of adjustments & masks perhaps. I am not very experienced with color and tonal work. Red lines do not have to go completely, just be less prominent. Any help or pointers to an elegant solution will be very much appreciated. Peace!
  5. Oh thank you, this has been bugging me and I never even thought of trying to type % in the box. Just found it strange that there was no scaling by percentage. Never actually bugged me enough to go looking into it. Thanks guys.
  6. I found this in the Publisher bug section, so all is good: I am not alone, and it is being looked at. Thanks for checking it on Windows!
  7. When I use spacebar-option-click to zoom out, Publisher jumps to the ( bottom of the) next spread.Which means that every time I zoom out to get an overview of the spread I am working in, I haver to scroll back up. Spacebar-option-scrollwheel works fine, command-minus also. Anyone else has this? Is it a feature I am misunderstanding or a bug? iMac OS Catalina
  8. OMG, "erase white paper" does EXACTLY what I need, and it's waaaaay more simple than the PS-procedure!! Thanks Garry
  9. There is this thing I did in Photoshop that is very much part of my workflow: I take scanned artwork, do some masking tricks and get the artwork on a transparent layer. Then I can change the colors and put it on top things without having to use blending modes for the layer. It is just a clean stable layer, no surprises. Any ideas on how to do something similar in Affinity Photo? Or get a similar result. Thx, stay safe.
  10. Okay think I found it! You have to drag the adjustment into the layer you want it affecting. Thanks (if I would not have posted the question I would not have gone looking deeper, so that is what the thanks is for)(thanks for existing, dear forum)! Still one question: in the HSL-adjustment layer, how do I target a specific colour. I use the picker and then narrow the range, is there a way to narrow it even more? How do I select a smaller colour range? Sorry if I am asking obvious things.
  11. So I got three layers of art in different colours. How do I adjust the colours in only one layer without it affecting the other layers. If I use an adjustment layer on the top one, the adjustment works on all the layers below, and that is not what I want. I suppose it's a very basic question but have not been able to figure it out. In PSD I would just go command-U (adjust colours) or command-R (replace colours) and this would only affect the current layer.
  12. Okay Great! Integer values only (if not, AP averages the image?) Force Pixel Alignment combined with Move by whole pixels seems to be the thing to keep in mind. Thanks
  13. Copying scanned linework from one document to another. Just copy paste a few times, and then merging the layers down. The image gets blurred more and more each time I merge the layer down. Is there something I can do to prevent this from happening? I work with black & white pencil drawings a lot, and need to preserve the gritty feel of the lines.
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