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Panlumix

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  1. Brush Parameter shortcut change on Windows works with one keyboard key (Alt Gr) as well as Ctrl+Alt.Although I use the left mouse button.
  2. Why is it that I sharpen a RAW image in the develop persona,then transfer to the photo persona the sharpening does not apply?I then have to re-sharpen the image.
  3. How do I use snapshots in the develop persona? I have tried various methods to save my adjustments before I export into the photo persona with no joy what so ever.Does this function work?
  4. Thank you for your quick reply,my real question is how do I get it back.As I did it by mistake what are the steps I need to take to restore this feature,as I can see it has some use to my editing.
  5. I have by mistake entered into a gradient a new parameter,I have not seen this posted anywhere.I need to know how to get it back again,and also what are it's uses in this format.As you can see from the image it now has 4 points or as they are called handles,is it possible to insert other colors to all 4 points or are they just an extension of the 2 point gradient? Hope there is a expert that can solve this problem,thank you in advance.
  6. I am unable to set my histogram to the fine setting,it will only show the coarse.When I click on the warning triangle it is removed,however as soon as I apply an adjustment it re- appears.
  7. OK thanks I have it back now,however the order of the macro is different from the original.By that I mean the mask layer is now at the bottom of the stack when before it was at the top.Also the Hazy Sky is offset and I cannot adjust by double clicking on the icon,it is in a fixed mode when I apply the macro?
  8. Have tried this,but there is no reference to the macro i.e. no AF logo
  9. Due to a mistake, I have deleted the uplift skies macro from my library.Is there a way I can reinstall this?
  10. When try to apply adjustments to a photo,i.e. brightness or contast my mouse pointer will not react in a smooth way.It moves in an erratic way and the adjustment jumps left or right,I have made various adjustments within Win 10 control panel but this has not helped.This was not a problem before the last Affinity update,or maybe it was a Windows update problem?
  11. Why have the previous You Tube videos been deleted?,some of them had far better tips,i.e. global cloning etc: These could have still been retained as well as adding the new content.
  12. Could anyone explain the use of the custom blur tool,and how to use this in a workflow.I have played around with it for a little while and can see that it does create a blur effect,however what effect do the input numbers effect the image in a specific way.Also can these inputs be saved and used in other editing another image.
  13. Would love that I could change the default colors in the image layer in Windows,as it can be done in the Mac version.If I could change the colors as I make adjustments it would easier to identify them. I would also like to congratulate the team for the new 1.7 version as this loads twice as fast as the previous.Keep up the great work you are doing.
  14. Thank you all for your replies,the problem does not now appear after calibrating my monitors.It was at the closing of James Ritson's video that inspired me to investigate the possibility of some creative applications for this method. I do have one further question,when deciding to have some photos printed by a professional studio should I ask them for their printer profile/paper profile so I am able to soft proof them in Affinity before I send the for printing?
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