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  1. I've been working with the magic mouse since it came out and find it better than other mice. I don't have any issues with unintended movements as you describe it. Do you mean that there is a movement when you click? From my point of view it would be worth giving it a try because it improved my editing workflow being able to scroll in any direction without modifier key. If you prefer to zoom by scrolling, that's not possible with this mouse as MEB said.
  2. Füllung ist im Menü "Bearbeiten" > "Füllung..." (F5) oder mit Primär/Sekundärfarbe füllen. (Mac) Für die letzteren beiden ist kein Tastatur-Kurzbefehl festgelegt, den müsste man wahrscheinlich selbst festlegen. Umrandung ist im Menü "Auswählen" ganz unten "Umrandung". ---------------------- EN Fill is in the menu Edit > Fill... (Mac) there is no keyboard shortcut by default afaik. Contour around the selection is in the menu Select way down the second last. (I don't know the english translation for that menu item.)
  3. Garrys approach is intersting, I didn't know that this tool was colour aware. My approach would be to use the HSL tool and target the colour you want to change. You can target a very specific colour by moving those round handles on the colour wheel. You'll have to narrow it way down because the orange is very close to the yellow. I have pushed the handles as close as possible. The yellow is still affected very slightly. Perhaps it still meets your expectation. 1. Open a HSL adjustment layer 2. Click on one of the colours and make a random extreme adjustment, for example br
  4. Tldr; the text is a bit too small on iPhone. It's rather hard to read. When rotating to horizontal, the lines get longer but front size remains small. The text size is not adjustable via the dynamic text size adjustment which can be set in the system settings app.
  5. A selection can be moved if you are (or switch to) the rectangular or elliptical selection tool. Keyboard shortcut L. Just drag the selection. With the move tool, the selection will also drag the underlying pixel content (instead of moving just the selection itself).
  6. IIRC the layer from where you want to copy the selection needs to be a (Pixel) layer but not an (Image) layer. Rasterise it before copying.
  7. Hi, in Photo (1.9.2) I have placed a raw file in to an aphoto document and have it linked instead of embedded. In the layers panel it shows up as a pixel layer and I can edit it as usual. Does Photo actually use the raw data for processing adjustments or does it convert it to a different format in the background? Is there any benefit or downside to placing raw files like that? From a workflow perspective I could skip the step of making a tif file before placing it in the document, or not?
  8. Univers is indeed one of the beautiful ones. Also Frutiger is a classic. What I discovered a while back are the two similar ones "TT Interphases" and "Inter". Both of them were developed to be good on screens as an average design of good modern fonts iirc. I use Inter for a lot of things including print. It looks similar to Apple's system font San Francisco. But it might need manual letter spacing to look attractive in some situations.
  9. That looks good. May I ask how you added those shadows that go over the logo?
  10. Menü "Affinity Photo" > "Einstellungen" Oder cmd + ;
  11. You can adjust the image compression for smaller file sizes. In the export settings (for example press ready), click on "More" at the bottom. There is an option to adjust the "JPEG compression". Reduce the "Quality" until you get the file size you need. Rule of thumb it shouldn't go below 70 because the image quality could degrade visibly.
  12. Every RAW converter interprets RAW files differently. RAW files are not finished images but just raw data. Different apps show more or less different results because they have to interpret the raw data as a preview how they think the image should look until you save it as an image file (tif, jpeg...). How the result looks depends on how the developers of the app (LR, C1, Photo...) programmed the support for your camera's raw files. If Photo shows a result that is drastically different as others, perhaps the files of the Canon RP aren't supported yet or not in a way that looks pleasing. There m
  13. Draw with the vector brush and set it's blend mode to erase. If you have a lot to erase, make a group and set only the group to erase. That way, every new curve within the group will erase (without having to set each curve indivudally to erase). erase.mov
  14. I think the PNG needs the whites to be transparency. (Black & transparent instead of black & white)
  15. Mixing that colour layer and the white layer can be achieved by using HSL directly at the colour layer. Adjust via the Saturation and Lightness slider. No need of the white layer. Same result (at least as far as I have tested). For the dark ones just move the L slider to the dark side (instead of mixing it with a black layer).
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