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Miltrin

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  1. @haakoo Excellent solution! And I'm sure I'll use it, but I'm left wondering if it's possible to rasterize layers with blend mode. Edit: With this technique I lose white in some parts of the fruit, like the apple. Thank you.
  2. Hi, thanks for answering. Excuse my English, it's translated. Attached document, the image of the Smoothie has a fusion of "linear underexposure", not to cut the image and streamline my workflow. I have placed underneath, a white ellipse with Gaussian blur to emulate a glow and thus better fuse. I think it's a quick method, since I have to make several flavors. What is my problem? I want to rasterize only the smoothie with the glow to use it in another application as a single image. And when I try to rasterize it AP disables my fusion and I'm left with a white box, which is what I try to hide. I hope you can help me, thank you very much. smoothies.afphoto
  3. Hello, This thread is closed two years ago, but I can't find any information about this, and @makolej has been answered internally. Please a public solution, thank you very much.
  4. Hello, I have the whole Affinity suite and my computer, but my question is this... One of the main features of Publisher was the integration of Designer and Photo inside. From there I can edit my illustrations or retouch some photography. That means that if I only get publisher, would I have the whole suite? Or wouldn't they work if I don't have AP and AD installed? Actually Publisher doesn't open an instance of AD or AP when I want to edit something, but does it inside his own App. I would like to understand if the App depends on the installation of the other two. Thank you very much.
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    Muchas gracias por este paquete de recursos. Es posible actualizar el paquete de Font Awesome? fontawesome-free-5.8.1-desktop.zip
  6. Ok I understand, thanks for your response. However, do not you think it should be possible to put 1.91: 1 in the measurement fields in the aspect ratio option? However in the AF preference options, if we can place how many decimals we want for Pixels. Attached image, if I think it's like that. If you do not apologize for my ignorance.
  7. Hello, everybody again. I have a problem trying to crop a photo with the exact aspect ratio that Instagram requests for its publications. Instagram asks for the following ratios, 1:1, 4:5 or 1.91:1 The first two I accept without problems, my problem is when I want to crop an image with the horizontal aspect ratio 1.91:1 I can not place decimals. I tried to do a mathematical operation to make it into Pixels and I got the following measure 1080x565,45 px with the maximum width that Instagram asks for. But in Pixels I can't place decimals either, it's a bug or I can't really set this kind of measurements. Thank you very much if you can help me.
  8. Hello, I just want to say that I also look forward to this update. We waste a lot of time re-developing a photo from the beginning. Greetings.
  9. Hello, any other solutions? or in the future files shared through iTunes will be available.
  10. Hi, there, First, thank you for your answer. I know and use the Photosync App, I also use Airdrop constantly. But I don't think it's a solution. Both systems, although fast through Bluetooh, will synchronize with iOS Photo Apps. Normally we all have Photos configured with iCloud, which will slow down the operation, and waste unnecessary space on iCloud Drive. And I'd like to treat the separate Photo App file. In the AP options, it says "Open" or "Import" from the cloud, another says import from Photo App. I think there should be a way to work with and import local data from the iPad. Your response is very good, but working with Photo App involves synchronization on all devices connected to the same ID. Example, I now send 100 TIFF files via Airdrop from Mac to iPad. On the Mac I have them in a local folder, but they will also appear in Photo App, on iPhone anyway and I will have 100 copies on each of the devices. I don't know what other alternative they might come up with? Greetings to all of you, Milton. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator
  11. Hello, good morning, everyone. Excuse my English, it's translated. My problem is this, I have 100 tif files that weigh about 800 MB. I have AF on iPad as my primary photography software. It is clear that if I synchronize these 800 MB by iCloud, I will have to wait a long time to do it. So I tried to do it through iTunes, in shared files to do it through USB and be faster. But what I add here doesn't appear on iPad. I've tried creating a project, and that folder doesn't appear. I added a single file and it doesn't show up either. I'm desperate, maybe as I write this post I would have already synchronized iCloud, but that's not the case. What solution can you recommend for uploading large files in quantity? I will add to this thread a question I asked a long time ago and I think it comes with the same subject. What is the difference between AF MacOS and AF iOS? I was told at the time that the engine is the same, but the image processing is different. In my case, can I trust that AF iOS can give me maximum quality photos for printing? CMYK color outputs, no loss of quality at the time of export, etc.... Or will I have to buy AF MacOS? I hope you can help me and thank you very much. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator
  12. @Chris B - Thank you very much for your answer. I will try to install the Beta version, since I have never done so. Is there a tutorial?
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