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  1. Hi, Thanks for the reply. I'm aware of the ripples filter and have tried it. But even just to get one ripple in a circular fashion doesn't seem to work. Cheers, Paul
  2. Hi, I’ve seen a couple of threads here about getting the ripples on water effect but I can’t find any pertaining to circular ripples. I've attached a screenshot of the type of ripple effect I'm looking for. Anybody know how to achieve this? Cheers, Paul Zab
  3. Hi, Another small request – I'm sure the soft engineers are VERY busy! When you select the eye dropper tool, you are wanting to see the ink values in the info palette. It would be good if, upon selecting the eye dropper tool, the info palette is automatically selected. Cheers, Paul Zab www.paulzabphoto.com
  4. Hi, I'm creating a calendar with bleed and cannot work out how to set up a 13 page document (cover page plus 12 pages) as single pages. When I add extra pages, the app insists as setting them up as spreads. Any ideas? Cheers, Paul Zab
  5. Hi, I back this suggestion but I'm also glad the HSL filter/tool has changed to this colour picker wheel interface in this latest update. Cheers, Paul Zab
  6. Hi, I find this tool handy for fashion and portraiture work where I want to highlight the model. It saves me having to create a shape (no big deal anyway). In addition to the exposure, hardness, scale and shape functions within this filter, a rotation (in degrees) function would be handy also. Perhaps combined with the ability to rotate it 'by hand' with our mouse would also be good. And then to drag it's centre point around so we can position the vignette where we desire i.e. so it doesn't have to be anchored to the centre of the image. Cheers, Paul Zab | paulzabphoto
  7. Ok, appreciate your response & work-around suggestion. I guess the developers have a ton of work and giving a timeframe on this issue's resolution is too hard to say right now, understandably enough.
  8. https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/36155-dark-exports-with-new-batch-job-using-new-hdr-merge/#comment-258231 I’ve posted this here because it has been in the ‘Bugs on Mac’ forum since February. People have replied but no official response to what is a serious bug. Batch processing is a fundamental part of a high volume workflow and the ‘New Batch Job’ command doesn’t work properly. When using it, whether on multiple files or just one file, the batch processed files are coming out way too dark whereas when I export individual files to jpg using the Export command, they're fine. When using the ‘New Batch Job’ command, it looks like I've duplicated the layer and used the Multiply blend mode. Some feedback (with a timeframe) from Serif would be reassuring as singularly exporting hundreds of files is not ideal. Do any of the moderators have updated information from Serif on this bug? Can this issue get escalated and quickly sorted? Cheers,
  9. Hi Callum, thanks for your reply. I've seen that video – I was hoping there might be something extra. Cheers
  10. When you right-click on the Background Red Channel, for example, you are presented with three options. The second option, ‘Create Mask Layer’, what are the applications for this?
  11. Hi, Ability to target more colours with the various colour selection tools (e.g. HSL and Selective Colour) in the Raw and Photo personas. Orange Aqua Purple Additionally ‘Select > Select Colour Range’ – add cyan, magenta, yellow, orange, aqua and purple. Would there be any benefit of adding these extra colours to the ‘Curves’ and ‘Levels’ commands as well?
  12. Hi, Ability to target more colours with the various colour selection tools (e.g. HSL and Selective Colour) in the Raw and Photo personas. Orange Aqua Purple Additionally ‘Select > Select Colour Range’ – add cyan, magenta, yellow, orange, aqua and purple. Would there be any benefit of adding these extra colours to the ‘Curves’ and ‘Levels’ commands as well?
  13. And it will be interesting to see what they have in the soon-to-arrive update . . .
  14. Hi Fixx, Yes, you are right and we need to remember that Affinity Photo is still version 1. It's a very mature program for version 1 and I'm very happy with it. Cheers, Paul
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