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  1. You can rotate the canvas in any angel. I don't have a mouse, (as in, I dont know how to do it with the mouse) so I use two fingers on the trackpad.
  2. I'm sorry. That's not what I (thought that I) linked to. I really don't have an account.. Glad that the link was removed. Thanks.
  3. As long as you are logged in with the same Apple-ID in App-store, you will not be charged anything. Just go to you purchased tab and click download.
  4. Log in here <link removed by moderator>
  5. That's what I suspected. Thanks for clarifying.
  6. Sorry, I can't remember what the video was about. This is almost 2 years ago.
  7. Of course, thank you. -I forgot to write that. The problem is to know what level of computer knowledge the OP has. Any way, I don't think he's reading here now.
  8. I don't think you have to use Affinity to import pictures. You can use the card reader, and then the "open" dialog. Affinity isn't for organising pictures, but for editing.
  9. Thanks for the tutorial. I'm not a native english speaker, but I understand you very well.
  10. I think it would be very helpful if you posted a screenshot of the workspace with layers and tools/context toolbar.
  11. Thanks, Mayahan!
  12. HI. It's difficult to be precise with no reference picture. But.. when I command click the layer of the logo I get a selection I can fill with the colour I want.
  13. You can copy the cloned layer to make it more distinct
  14. Hi. I tried this. I made a new layer and cloned the other wing, and flipped the layer 90 degrees vertical. Used the transfer tool to fit it over the highlight. Used the Average blending mode to preserve the shadow/light. I added a mask and painted out part of the wing. And used the inpainting brush to get rid og the wing from the other bird. This is just a quick job, I'm sure you can do it better if you use more time.