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R C-R

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  1. It is no problem at all. Users often mention videos by Olivio Sarikas in the forum.
  2. I am not going to do that because I am replying to comments you made here in this topic, not in that other one. That would make no sense, contextually.
  3. It would be confusing to do that when I am replying to a comment you made in this topic. That's why I said this is the right place for it. IOW, it is all about keeping the context intact & obvious. That's why I (among others, yourself included) quote what we are responding to.
  4. This is the right place to continue this discussion, in particular to reply to your comments tou made here.
  5. What is so difficult about rasterizing an Image layer? If you need to do this often you can assign a keyboard shortcut to that so you do not need to open any menu. That way it takes only a fraction of a second to rasterize it.
  6. I don't know if this will help but Image layers are a special type of container layer that retains all the data of the original placed image like its color space & resolution. This is very useful for some workflows because it means that until/unless it is rasterized it can be returned to its original size or replaced with another image automatically using the same dimensions the the original was set to use. The price for this is the slight complication for workflows that need to work directly on pixels of having to rasterize placed Images to do that.
  7. If ungrouped as in your screenshot's Layer panel, you can just drag the Adjustment layer downward so it affects only layers below it. As it is, as the top layer it will affect the appearance of all layers below it.
  8. I could tell by the names shown in Safari's browser that the bottom one was pic 1 & the top pic 2. But that does not explain why Pic 2 has two pixel layers & Pic 1 just one. Did you mean to duplicate the pixel layer or what?
  9. If you mean the Affinity Glyph Browser, one of the problems with doing that kind of word-based search is it will also find glyphs with names that include other characters after the d. Try it with Arial to see what I mean.
  10. Thanks. There is no key marked as such on the Apple extended keyboards (the standalone ones with a separate keypad & 19 function keys along the top row.) There is a 'fn' key but it just changes the function of a few of the top row function keys. So I'm not sure what that key on a MBP opens, but I'm guessing it is the Mac Character Viewer window, right? If so, that does have a search field that for example will work to show the "d" character, which can then be double-clicked to insert it into a text field, but the search field in the Affinity Glyph Browser doesn't do that, or as you show even filter the results to 'd' characters. From what I can tell, it only works for word-like searches like "macron" or "option" to show glyphs with that word in their names, & only for a selected font family. Not entirely useless, but close.
  11. Off topic I know, but what is this 🌐 key & where do I find it on my Apple extended keyboard?
  12. Your pic 2 has two pixel layers, apparently identical except that only the upper one has a mask layer. Pic 1 just has one masked pixel layer. So just guessing but I think what is happening in pic 2 is the mask works correctly but the lower pixel layer shows through, giving you the impression that painting on the top pixel's mask isn't working.
  13. In the Preview one, what if anything pops up if you hover the pointer over the icon on the far right that looks like a web? If you click on it, what does it show?
  14. What do you mean by working intermittently? Does it never work in Affinity or just sometimes not? What about in other apps? Also, please tell us which app the "Colours" window is from, why shows a different spelling from the "Colors" one in the next post, & what if anything pops up if you hover the pointer over the icon on the far right that looks like a web in the first one.
  15. I would say that it is very odd that it is available in others but not Affinity!
  16. Yes, it repeats the edge pixels. You can see that happening in @GarryP's video although it is not obvious because the edge pixels are the same color as nearby ones.
  17. In an earlier post, @colindun said that had already been tried. At this point, I have to wonder if the issue somehow has something to do a third party add-on, but I have no idea what that might be.
  18. Did you hover the mouse pointer over where it says "Web Safe Colours" as suggested? Also which app did you use to show that "Colours" panel?
  19. Yes, it is. I tried searching first but the Forum search function failed to work as expected -- it simply stalled out so after waiting ~5 minutes I gave up & reposted the request. Anyway, it's very annoying that this seemingly very easy bug to fix has persisted for so long.
  20. The title pretty much sums it up, but after quitting any of the V1 apps, we could still click & hold or right click on the app's Dock icon to get the list of recently opened files. For some reason the developers apparently decided that for V2 every time the app is quit, they should clear this list from wherever the Dock retrieves those items. This 'feature' removes a very useful feature of the Dock, one that several other Mac apps besides the V1 Affinity ones support, like Graphic Converter, Pixelmator Pro, Preview.app, BBEdit, & TextEdit, to name a few.
  21. Maybe it is obvious to others but what you mean by "a network of 1000..." is not obvious to me. So can you explain what that means?
  22. I think so too, but it seems like it did not begin doing that until recently.
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