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  1. The idea of adding a " change font size" option is very good. What has now been done is unacceptable. I am over 45 years old and unfortunately I use glasses. Working with this interface is torment!
  2. Agree. Font is too small. completely unreadable.
  3. Yes, this feature would be very useful. Dear developers, please consider this :-)
  4. I am using AP for painting (or trying :-) ) with a tablet. It would be very useful to be able to map a keyboard shortcut for the function of increasing/decreasing the saturation of the current colour and the function of increasing/decreasing its brightness. It would be nice to give the possibility of determining percentage step for which change is to be made after pressing this key combination. Another important thing is the possibility of enlarging the colour wheel (and other colour pickers) or adding a tool palette with a larger colour wheel. Currently, it is impossible to enlarge it. Choosing colours is inconvenient and not very precise.
  5. Thanks for your answer. This is Beta version, so I'm glad that I can help.
  6. When using Warp Mesh Tool witch bicubic resampling I'm getting terribly jagged edges. Everything looks good using bilinear resampling: Bilinear 200% zoom: Bicubic 200% zoom:
  7. You're actually right. I am sorry for my mistake. Yesterday when I wrote post, this function did not work for me. Maybe some other problem not related to affinity. Thank you for the correction!
  8. I need keyboard shortcut to "change next blend mode" function. It would be convenient if in the layer panel, after clicking the box with the blend modes, you could change options using the keyboard arrows and see how the layer changes. Same as now after opening the list of blend modes and hovering mouse cursor over the options.
  9. After scaling the layer in pixel persona, an attempt to draw on it creates a brush-pixelation effect. Please note that this is a "pixel" layer. Already rasterized. The brush is being scaled too. Please see attached video 2018-11-15-18-44-49.mp4
  10. I found a recording program. It's not the one you asked but I'm hoping it will be good too. Here is the video record. Please note that I do not use the "copy url address" option but right one: "copy image: Different result each time: 1. drag-drop 2. copy picture and paste to AD 3. Picture displayed by google and method copy picture and paste to ad I would like this operation to work every time as in option 2. Pasted PNG image with preserved transparency. This is not on the film, but in the last option, using CTRL+V in Paint will paste the image. So there is a picture in the clipboard 2018-11-09-11-24-21.mp4
  11. @Callum Some time has passed. I wanted to ask if you were able to test the links that I gave in my second post? The first and second links were the same. Strange that you got 404 on the first one. I think that you have made a mistake by checking in a hurry. Did my post with explanation help you check the problem? Alfred, thanks for the hint. I still can't see this option. Maybe it's a language version. But recreating the activities I've described is trivial and I don't think it would require recording movies. It's just clicking on links and copying images. Nothing special. AlainP confirmed my observation. So my description was not so bad :-)
  12. Thanks for your answer Callum. I'm using windows 7. Unfortunately I do not have a screen recording function I checked the links that I gave. it looks that it works properly (screenshots below). Below I paste them again as linked text. For First and second scenario: First and second scenario Third scenario Yes, it's a google result. Copying image (right muse button -> copy image option) from here gives the effect I have described: @AlainP Thanks for confirmation! I agree that this may look like a problem with a Firefox, but this problem does not occur in other graphics programs. I gave Paint example but in Photoshop, Sketchbook or Krita you can't see file path but the image. I think AP/AD is not doing well here.
  13. When I try to transfer pictures from an internet browser, it often gets different effects. First case is the using the drag and drop method from the browser to the AP browser: firefox url: www.carlogos.org/logo/Ford-logo-2003-1366x768.png effect - no transparency channel from PNG: The second case is using "copy image" option from the browser and paste into the AP: browser: firefox url: www.carlogos.org/logo/Ford-logo-2003-1366x768.png effect - everything is ok: The third case. Using the "copy image" option from the browser and pasting into the AP but the image from "google images search": browser: firefox url: www.google.com/search?biw=1920&bih=954&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=I9TSW8_pA6rgkgWt5LyIDw&q=ford+logo+png&oq=ford+logo+png&gs_l=img.3..0j0i30k1l2j0i5i30k1j0i8i30k1l6.15009.16314.0.16495.4.4.0.0.0.0.76.285.4.4.0....0...1c.1.64.img..0.4.283....0.noiFRbH31Ac#imgrc=z1BwlaHhMbUukM: effect - you can only see the path of the file on the disk. In google chrome, this is not happening. I thought it was the browser's fault but when AP shows the path to the file, the windows "paint" works normally. So it's not the fault of the firefox: and same in paint (of course, without transparency because it's paint...): Same behavior also occurs in AD
  14. RosomakPL

    Rasterize bluring images

    Ha, great! Big thanks for explanation! if I can suggest, I could use the "round coordinates" button in transform panel. You would not have to correct it manually with keyboard.
  15. RosomakPL

    Rasterize bluring images

    Hello, I have When attempting to rasterize the "image" layer, AP (AD probably also but I have not tested) destroys bitmaps and blurs them. This significantly hinders work. Is there any way to avoid this problem? I would like to be able to use the clipboard and not worry about the program spoiling everything when attempting to rasterize layer. maybe you can detect that there is a bitmap in the clipboard and use an algorithm that will keep the data intact? By the way, what is the purpose of pasting bitmaps from the clipboard into the "image" layer. If you want to be able to work normally on it (cut or copy selected areas) you have to rasterize it in the end. I do not want to save every bitmap to hdd and then open it. This extends the working time terribly. Pasted bitmap: And after "Rasterize":
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