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Leo Leong

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  1. It did not keep the colour selection, it always reset back to the black and white gradient, at least when I use it πŸ˜…
  2. Hi, I have trouble creating same gradient to multiple selections. Let say I have 2 different selections, I apply the gradient to selection A and adjust the colours in the gradient. When I want to apply the same gradient to selection B, I have to readjust the the colour again. Did I missed some option? Any better way of doing this? Other than creating multiple similar gradient layers and mask them to the selections.
  3. What if i want just 3 layers out of 30 layers? Instead of just one. Is there a way to do so?
  4. Hi, can I create a brush from selecting the pixel on a layer in Affinity Photo?
  5. Hi, I have been using Affinity Photo for several projects at the same time. Is there a way to have, like "an Affinity Photo that is opened for project A"? Something like: When I export a file, it will remember which folder it should output to in this project; then it knows to output to different folder when it is for another project by default. Because most of the time I just export them forgetting to change destination πŸ˜‚ as I need to swap around different project to work on. It will be convenient if this feature exists.
  6. Nice! After turn on the force pixel alignment, pixel move nicely πŸ‘ Can I leave this on all the time? What else it will affect?
  7. In Affinity Photo, if I move the pixel, its edge will become smoothed out. (I always draw with brush with 85% hardness above) Regardless it is select all pixel in a layer then move; or select a portion of a layer with selection tool then move, the hardness of the pixel become very soft. Is this a feature? Or simply the pixel too low? lol
  8. But why? lol My "Fill secondary colour" is with Ctrl + Backspace, and it is working.
  9. It is working now. I went and delete the assinged "Alt + Backspace" on fill primary colour and assign it for cut function, it worked. Then I reassigned it to fill primary colour, now it is working πŸ˜‚ Hopefully it lasts. I have been reassigning it previously but no result, this is the first time i assign it on another function and reassign it back, and it fixes it, kinda.
  10. On a pixel layer. I have Ctrl+backspace for Fill secondary colour, and it is working, but the shortcut with Alt+Backspace is not responding.
  11. Just checking, I have Alt+backspace as fill primary colour, and it is not responding to the shortcut pressed, this is still a thing?
  12. I use affinity photo to draw, so sometimes in a pixel layer, full of brush strokes, then I want to select part of the drawing and flip it.
  13. So... we still can't just select the part we want to flip and right click > flip?
  14. Another update: Hold down ctrl + shift + alt, and move the mouse cursor back n forth between document and tool area, works everytime.
  15. ctrl+alt+shift+s > call out export window > then cancel The steps above works for me.
  16. I'm sorry, but this is not helping. Do you really know where is the part that answer my question?
  17. After the update 1.8.4, affinity photo's brush parameter shortcut is now "ctrl+alt", where to customize this combination of keys?
  18. Hi, landed here after many attempts to find how to not auto select the layer in affinity photo. I am trying to avoid painting on the wrong layer and delete the wrong layer, just a prevention of me accidentally selecting other layer will save the day. None of the "tricks" mentioned above actually solve the auto selecting layer πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ Please don't suggest more "tricks", but actually let us disable it 😞
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