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  1. Hi Sean P, I tried again on my retina mac today. The problem seems to come up only sometimes. On my non-retina mac it seems consistent. Dennis
  2. Hi, *blurry* :) I previously posted this topic in "Questions", but I'm almost certain it's a bug: When I setup an image with 144 dpi or 216 dpi everything gets blurry/pixelated. As soon as I change the dpi to say 145 dpi or 217 dpi (without resampling) the image gets sharp. This is not related to zoom. Any zoom will have the image pixelated. "Similar" apps are not producing the same results. I tried this on retina (macbook pro / Yosemite) and non-retina macs (iMac 21.5 2013 / El Capitan). I attached a video from the iMac showing the issue. Thanks, Dennis affinity_photo_issue.mov
  3. Hi, I'm new to Affinity Photo (but 20+ years of PS). I came across a rather odd thing: When I setup an image with 144 dpi or 216 dpi everything gets blurry/pixelated. As soon as I change the dpi to say 145 dpi or 217 dpi (without resampling) the image gets sharp. This is not related to zoom. Any zoom will have the object pixelated. non-retina iMac 2013 running the latest El Capitan with Affinity Photo 1.4.1 PS: When I try the same thing on my MacBook Pro retina. There is only a very slight blur between changing the the dpi's (without resampling). Photoshop doesn't make a move doing the same thing. Correction on the latter statement. I just tried it again and I run into the same issue with my retina Macbook. I attached a video from the iMac showing the issue. Thanks, Dennis affinity_photo_issue.mov
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