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  1. Did you change your source images do an other folder? So this can happen when you do this. Images are only embedded or linked.
  2. The first impression of the beta version is great! Some excellent improvements! But by clicking on HSL the beta on my Macbook PRO crashes every time. In app. the report: Affinity Photo Beta [6690].docx
  3. I like screen preview to press TAB. But could you change two small things: Please hide Guide lines and Grid too! Edit: I can´t use the short cut on german keyboard (Mac Book Pro). It doesn't work! It works, after press ⇧+cmd+ ; lol
  4. Hey Mark,My Vote for Affinity Designer of course! Now AD is the lead with 49%
  5. Hi @John Rostron, soooorry for late answer. Your Tutorial und Macro are very helpful for my workarounds. I still use your formulas and I´m happy hahaha
  6. @SteveSmith it depends on what you want. E.g. Insta is a hobby. I don´t check the quality. Sometimes I upload pics 6000x4000px from AP. The compression from Instagram AND Facebook is sometimes very well. If I don´t like the result, I resize the photos, especially when I combine Photos & Text or there are delicate color gradients. How ever, create a new Facebook Page. But do not publish the page to public! Then test, test, test ... view the results on mobile devices and so on. Only the cover photo makes sometimes troubles. So I try again and again. Most of my photos are exactly the suggested PIXEL sizes, but in HIGH Quality. Take a look to my looooooong att. file !!! Source: websitehub.com (hope you can read my bad english)
  7. thank you @SteveSmith. I upload to Insta any sizes. If I edit in AP, I export a file size from 3 - 5 MB in 3000px wide more or less, min 1080px.
  8. Facebook Quote: How can I make sure that my photos display in the highest possible quality? We automatically resize and format your photos when you upload them to Facebook. To help make sure your photos appear in the highest possible quality, try these tips: Resize your photo to one of the following supported sizes: Regular photos: 720px, 960px or 2048px wide Cover photos: 851px by 315px To avoid compression when you upload your cover photo, make sure the file size is less than 100KB Save your image as a JPEG with an sRGB color profile https://www.facebook.com/help/1703757313215897/?helpref=hc_fnav But you can upload pics with 2048px wide and 5 - 10 MB without any problems. Facebook resize your pics in a good quality. You can check it any time on your account. switch your privacy (Who should see this?) to ONLY ME ....
  9. @John Rostron thank you so much! This is exactly what I´m searching for. Today I´m out of office, but at night I just will test your way of solution! wow! a very good way of a workaround for my problem!
  10. Dear Admins, Is there a way to share the search for MAC or WIN relevant results? E.g. press the Button Unread Content for MAC
  11. @MEB I would like to have the flat Label as Symbol origin and transform it into one perspective view in AD, as shown on the photo. If I change some details on Symbol origin, it should change on perspective view too. On the same way I can simulate folding boxes as shown in att. video. Not as rectangle box, but as cylinder (Bottle). But how to make a single non-destructive mesh or preset that´s geometrically correct and replicable? I can do it only in AP als PIXEL and not in AD where the vector graphics origin? I´m right?
  12. Yes @JimmyJack now you understand my problem. I have to mock up e.g. 20 labels in short time and rotate them in three positions. I hope in 1.7 there is any way to wrap a flat label as Symbol.
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