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Wilfred Hildonen

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About Wilfred Hildonen

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    Mariehamn, Åland Islands, Finland

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  1. An old thread but this happened to me just now and everything suggested is checked, but still no go. But duh! I discovered what had happened. When I opened pixel persona, and started to draw, I had inadvertently pushed on the wrong spot of Apple Pencil so it switched to eraser. I noticed that and clicked on the brush icon, chose brush, but nothing happened - until I checked the layer and saw that I was painting in an eraser-sublayer. Perhaps that is something the developers should consider? If you choose the brush, you should automatically leave the eraser layer.
  2. The only thing I think is a bit odd is that I thought that when I reverted or reset it to factory settings, that should affect everything, also margins, grids etc.
  3. Yes, that was it! I had forgotten about those. Well, it’s almost disappointing - just as you think you have stumbled across something essentially wrong Thanks a lot for the help, though.
  4. It wasn’t the easiest thing to find in the iPad/iCloud-universe, but I think this is it. debatteckning_.02-2020.afdesign
  5. Thanks for responding. I went to the first drop down menu and at the bottom of that there is Defaults and from there I chose Factory Reset. The funny thing is that the grid which appears has blue lines while I set them to red when I played around with it. Anyway, here’s a screen recording. As you can see, the blue grid just appears when I try to edit some in the image. IMG_0137.MP4
  6. The other day I wanted to show the grid and then I played around with the different grid settings, isometric and so on. Today when I started a new illustration, I can’t turn it off. I choose Grid and switch it on and off, but when I go back to the shape I’ve added, the damned grid is there again! I reset the app to factory settings, but nope - the grid persists. Any suggestions?
  7. Thank you for the tip and I had a brief look at it and will see if it might be useful.
  8. Yes, but not PE 10 which I had and I’m not giving Adobe more money
  9. The problem with that is that it no longer works with macOS Catalina, since it’s 32-bit.
  10. Thanks for the suggestions and I’ll try out Unsharp mask. Perhaps it’ll do it with a little tweaking. As for off topic: I like that - but I think Singö is in Sweden. Anyway, it’s in the same corner of the world, at least:) But I think the landscape out here differs a bit, but I can recommend it I’m rather new to the place, though.
  11. Thanks for the suggestions and I’ll try out Unsharp mask. Perhaps it’ll do it with a little tweaking. As for off topic: I like that - but I think Singö is in Sweden. Anyway, it’s in the same corner of the world, at least:) But I think the landscape out here differs a bit, but I can recommend it I’m rather new to the place, though.
  12. These are the kind of images I’m dealing with. I scan them in as jpegs and grayscale. I merge them in Affinity Photo and need to remove whatever grey there might be. A quick way to do that is to convert it to lineart when they are merged. Other solutions are possible but that feature was the easiest and quickest way.
  13. Thanks a lot. Yes, that was to the point and although I haven’t read the entire thread you linked to, it was a lot of useful information there.
  14. No, not really. It’s a bit difficult to explain but when I draw on paper and scan it in, especially if it’s larger than A4 and I need to scan it in two parts, merging them in affinity photo, sometimes I get some shadows or smudges and an easy way to remove them, would be to convert to lineart. I can do it by using select tool and delete, or even adjustment filters, but that option was a quick way to resolve it.
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