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  1. So I am not 100% sure if this is a bug or by design but: create new document type photo draw a rectangle export as png, selection with background resize rectangle export as png again, selection with background Expected: export size will be adjusted automatically to new size of selection IS: size is still the same from first export operation
  2. I am also already full of anticipation and want to finally start to use the program without the need to think about any possible bugs, but it is a complete new young program. Currently I don't fear the bugs, because everybody can see that there are constant updates and fixes, so there is not the feeling that one would need to wait a year for the next fixed version. Not only that, the affinity team is explaining how things should be working and even telling what someone does wrong, I really appreciate this. Additionally the (small) community is so good in hunting and reporting bugs.
  3. Could you please stop with developing so many bugs? Thanks!
  4. Hey thanks I got a response So it is at least flagged already as a bug, that is good to know. Because I didn't find out how to "fix" it other than to create a new document as photo.
  5. Hi, I thought, I might try it again as I for whatever reason never got an answer from any Affinity member about this ^^ steps to recreate it are: create new document, select type "Print (Press-Ready)" switch to Pixel-Persona select Paint-Brush-Tool Paint a line switch to rect marquee tool zoom in to the line select a piece out of the line press ctrl + x press ctrl + v go to menu Select --> Deselect got to menu File --> Export (PNG), click Export View file and zoom in, the gap lines are there This does NOT happen if I create a document with type "Photo"! But it DOES occur if I start a document as "Print" and later go to document settings and change it to "Photo". Edit: this happens up to the very latest beta 1.6.0.79 ... but there it is a bit more difficult currently because pasting is broken, it moves the cutted piece not to the original position.
  6. Text on Path was a bit better now. Atleast I could move the start and end position before typing anything. But sometimes it is still not possible to move the positions afterwards. I just painted some (overlapping) circles and added Text on path to it.
  7. Yes! Thanks for the updates again, I feared that after the IPAD release we would need to wait a lot longer for fixes as I still need some! Just now I have problems with Text on Path, I cannot move the Start and End-Icons even cursor doesn't change if hovering those orange icons. I even watched a video again how to do it (the one with the bike) because I thought I do something wrong, but there they did it like I expected. Then I tried it in 1.5.3 and yes it is working in 1.5.3.
  8. I prefer to get the download sooner than waiting until the list would be finished, so thanks for that!
  9. "200 other fixes" <--- YES! So now the challenge: find what has been fixed :D
  10. Just my 2 cents: I think it was already a bonus to be part of this great beta period where one could at least try to lead the development in some way and bring up ideas in a very early stage and the development team was very responsive to questions.
  11. Congratulations for the release! It was great to see all your hard work with every new changelog. Update: Bought ^^
  12. Finally someone who mentions this, too. I had something like this reported here: link and here: link I think this should get mentioned in a FAQ or set as default but please can anybody tell me how to get rid of the gap-lines if I am working in a document type like "Print (Press-Ready)"? What needs to be done to get rid of those lines there? Turning on "Force pixel alignment" and turn off "Move By Whole Pixels" does remove them on the screen in the application. But if I then export the file to png, the gap-lines are still exported into the final image. And this does NOT appear if I create a new file and sett document type to "Photo"! My simple steps to recreate it are: create new document, select type "Print (Press-Ready)" switch to Pixel-Persona select Paint-Brush-Tool Paint a line switch to rect marquee tool zoom in to the line select a piece out of the line press ctrl + x press ctrl + v go to menu Select --> Deselect got to menu File --> Export (PNG), click Export View file and zoom in, the gap lines are there
  13. Congratulations for the start and all the best!
  14. I attached the file. And I was again able to reproduce the light gray part after cylcing through the layers and chaning the Layer Opacity multiple times with number keys. Thist ime I ended up like this and when I then zoom in it gets black again:
  15. Some small problems I had with the "Layers"-Window. 1. Keyboard Input I had a line drawn in the Pixel Persona Cutted a piece out of it Then I had selected one part and it's layer in the "Layers"-Window then press a number on the keyboard multiple times in a row do this with different numbers again and again It will automatically adjust the "Opacity %". But in a strange way. I would for example expect it to cycle through up to 100% and start over again like this: 1 = 1% 11 = 11% 111 = 100% 1111 = 1% 11111 = 11% ... But sometimes it is like this: 1 = 10% 11 = 10% 111 = 11% 1111 = 10% sometimes: 1 = 10 % 11 = 10% 111 = 10% 1111 = 10% 11111 = 11% and so on. As I don't currently know what value is behind the control I only can explain the behavior. 2. Repaint issue Additionally it had a repiant problem while doing this, some areas keptl ight gray. 3. Long and short Layer-Names I had created a long line for a layer name and then I thougt: Would it be good if the short layer names would always follow and so be shown when scrolling to the right and only the longer names would scroll. But I don't know if that makes sense. untitled.afdesign