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  1. Thank you! I just assumed like in other image editors as long as the images were of a simple format like .png, .jpg etc. when added to a layer that they were were already rasterized. After rasterize in each image I can now merge selections. Basic images added to the other image editors I used just by dragging and dropping the image into the new document allow me to merge selections without having to rasterize first. Again, thank you very much for the reply and help. :)
  2. Make sure you don't have any flash blocker enabled. If so either disable it temporarily and reload the page or disable it for the specific site. The site the tutorials are streaming from his vimeo.com. Hopefully that will help.
  3. I'm using Affinity Photo 1.3.4. Not sure if I'm doing anything wrong or if it's a bug. I highlight two layers to merge together, then I go up to the "Layers" menu and the option to "merge selected" is grayed out. Also if I select one layer and go to the menu option to "merge down" is also great out. The only merge option accessible is "merge visible". Any info is greatly appreciated.
  4. That's it! I was overlooking the Rasterize step. Thank you very much, I really appreciate that. I wrote the steps down this time in notes.app to remember. :D
  5. I have an image with a white background. Previously I read a post about how to select the image and being cut and paste to a new layer and I followed the steps and it worked. Now I have forgotten the actual steps because when I select the image/object with the select brush try to cut and paste it takes the whole image with the white background to a new layer. I searched and searched for that previous post but cannot find it again. I could use a little assistance with these steps (because I'm clearly overlooking a step somewhere in the process) or point me to the post. Any assistance much appreciated. I'm just an amateur at this but learning. Just so you see what the image looks like that I'm referring to I've attached it below. I'm trying to extract the leaf from the white background. :)
  6. Sorry. I cleared my question here because I found the info elsewhere. :)
  7. Roller

    A walk in the park

    Very nice piece of work! I like how you accomplish the text to path without the feature being in AD yet. :)