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  1. Thank you, I just realized that I had to select the subject layer first. Appreciate your clarification.
  2. Hello, Using the latest version of Affinity Designer on a Mac. I copied, pasted, rasterized, and then cropped an image in AD. Now, I'd like to reposition the image within the crop area. How may I drag the image around inside the crop area? Thanks! SR
  3. AD file uploaded for review. Thank you. 1984_shirt._small_canvas.afdesign
  4. Unfortunately, neither solution posted worked for me in making the "black" transparent in my image. To clarify, the imported .EPS was 100% vector, no raster, as were all of the additions within Affinity Designer. Happy to provide more info or the subject file if that would be helpful.
  5. Thank you for taking the time to assist me; I really appreciate your help. SR
  6. I've created a vector design in Affinity Designer using an imported .EPS. The design has lots of black, but I want to output the file as a PNG with black being transparent (will be printing on black shirt). So, I want all colors except black in the final output. How may I best accomplish this?
  7. Both terrific suggestions and very helpful, markw. Thanks!
  8. Thanks for the info, Thomaso. Yes, it was "A" that I wanted. When I copy/paste, it creates a new layer, which I don't want. Can I copy/paste without creating a new layer?
  9. Yes, I am. Sorry to have cross posted. How may I accomplish copying the selection marquee?
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