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  1. I can't thank you enough. This is perfect. It's exactly what I needed. I can't tell you how happy I am.
  2. Excuse me for the newbie question. Is there a way to simply scale down an image to a certain percentage? I just switched from GIMP, and after designing certain images that I have to make regularly, I also need to make a mini version at 18% of the size. Is there a simple way to do this, or do I need to do the math outside the program, figure out what 18% is, and then scale it to the right pixel count? Tell me it ain't so.. Here's how it looks in GIMP, so that you know what I'm looking for:
  3. Thank you both! This is basically what I was looking for, but with the eraser tool. It doesn't seem to exist in Affinity Photo. Oh well. Your GIF was quite helpful actually. I'm much happier now that I have two columns for my interface, and the foreground/background swatches showing.
  4. I apologize if this question has been asked before; I can't find it. I'm new to Affinity Photo from GIMP. In both programs, when you hold down shift while using most tools (eraser etc.), you get a straight line. With GIMP, a line is shown while you hold down shift, enabling you to better approximate what you're doing. I don't see this in Affinity Photo. Is there a way to enable this? Attached is a GIMP screenshot to show the guide line that I'm talking about, in case I'm not making any sense. Thank you!
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