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  1. 1. Crop to Selection: when user has a selection and switch to crop tool, crop tool should snap to the selection bounding box 2. New document Size from Clipboard image: when user just made a screenshot which is saved to clipboard and want to create a new document, the default size for that document should be the same as the image from the clipboard.
  2. Bravo! Finally, live liquify! I've tried using it, found that the default opacity option is 25% and I felt a bit weird. Maybe 50% is better as a default value? And by the way, this feature reminds me of that "WHY NOT we make the develop persona a live filter too?"🤓 Thus the workflow will be more flexible and user gets less flips between personas. Just like the camera raw smart filter in Photoshop.
  3. About the "Product registration and store content streaming" thing, I got this. Im here in China. Oh BTW, could we expect that using this account stuff to sync application preferences or settings among computers?
  4. +1 I was planning to implement some visual identity helping software which allows collaborating designers to easily get the right VI elements and color according to their actual application senario.
  5. +1 even more features are needed like: envelop distortion, re-color, transform live filter....
  6. "SELECTION SETS" that's a equivalent of what I am missing from illustrator. Illustrator's artboard and layer combination allows user to manage elements from two dimension: you could make elements across different artboards but on the same layer. As AD's layer and artboard design is a quite different management workflow, your idea of "SELECTION SETS" upon AD basically extends the functionality which could do more than illustrator's. My idea is kinda similar :
  7. +1 from a blender user. Here's a simple example rendered multilayer openexr file as attachment. As you can see in blender's compositor, the cryptomatte node offers :①a image output ②a matte output ③a pick output which can be used to display areas to be add or remove ④a picker to add area ⑤ a picker to remove area. 1.exr
  8. wow, you mean the next beta or several interations 😁
  9. Sorry, I'm new to this place. I've tried to type a "@" sign and then I pasted his nickname and nothing happened. Now I learned how to call out people. Thanks a lot!
  10. Can't agree any more. BTW, can we have a solution in Affinity designer to store or mark a set of layers/objects that belong to individual artboards. Thus when exporting in the export persona, we could use the "marks" to export certain elements been marked to several files which each file repects the relationship between the elements and artboard . This feature could help a lot of designers like me. I do a lot of packaging design. In my workflow, I use adobe illustrator. When I make a new design, for organizing, I create layers that being named of certain material or processing method and putting corresponding design elements in them so the manufactor would easily filter and seperate elements for identical manufactoring process. Apart from the manufactor, myself could also easily export elements to their own pixel map for 3D visualization rendering. Quick example, as you can see this is a simplified box design. The screenshots self-explains themselves. illustrator file layer and artboard structure below: export option the exported pngs used in 3D application Due to different layer and artboard system Affinity design used, can we set some tag or mark that offers the ability to quickly select/isolate/export certain elements that share the same "material"(anything that user define property)?
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