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    momokoo got a reaction from AstroMax in LEGACY: Official Affinity Photo (Desktop) Video Tutorials   
    Just a quick idea: merge visible, copy that layer and go to "File" -> "New from clipboard"
    Now add the soft proof layer there and once done drag the tab out of the Affinity Photo window. That way you can compare them, not with a slider but maybe better than nothing.
     
     
    On another note: Great videos James. Always interesting to watch. I just wonder how to get so creative to do stuff like the equations with lerp and such and having the result still look good. Perhaps some deeper color knowledge is of use in such cases.
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    momokoo got a reaction from carl123 in [APh] Scanned document pages recovering and whitening techiques   
    I've also been working on the first example. The result attached.
     
    1. A level adjustments layer was used to turn it almost black and white, leaving just some color for the red stamp.
    2. Another used to bring back some contrast (darken).
    3. Now I more or less just used inpainting, blemish removal and healing brush.
    4. A high frequency layer in combination with dodge brush (set to highlights) not only adds some more contrast and sharpens the document but also helps removing yellow-ish parts around text and the border which would be a pain to remove with a very small brush
    5. That little border chain piece at the bottom had so much detail using the cloning brush didn't look good so I just copied the entire thing (select, copy, paste).
     
    It's also a rather sloppy job a couple black dots are left and I only just corrected the border on the right because the rest is just cloning and painting.
    Originally I added the high frequency trying to bring back in some texture of the paper but I didn't like that so I used it in a different way.
    The version attached does not show the low frequency layer. The red line at the top border is the inpainting brush's red, it's a very rare bug in APh.

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    momokoo got a reaction from karlgrotheer in Die Hilfe in Affinity Photo   
    Hallo!
     
    Das Problem ist wohl schon bekannt (Thread auf Englisch) und es wird daran gearbeitet es zu beheben.
    Ich konnte die Abstürze bei mir auch nachvollziehen.
     
    Ich bin mir sicher mit dem nächsten Update sind viele Fehler behoben - die Beta- bzw. Testphase war einfach zu kurz.
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    momokoo got a reaction from Conny in Bug in Affinity Photo Menü   
    Hi, let me rephrase your problem because it might not be clear to everyone what you mean (although taking a good look on your screenshot reveals the issue):
     
    The bug described is a wrong translation for the counter-clockwise rotation in the German language.
    The second rotation menu entry should be "90° gegen den Uhrzeigersinn drehen" but as shown on the screenshot it's the same as turning clockwise.
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