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Máté

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  1. Hey! Thanks for confirming it! Looking forward to seeing it fixed. Cheers!
  2. I have a macro to duplicate, arrange and group a label on an A4 sheet and wanted to save one more click but apparently the program doesn't want to select the first layer from the top. 1. Affinity Photo 1.10.1.1142 2. Can I reproduce it? Yes. 3. Yes but I'll upload the files. Open "Label.afphoto" and "A4.afphoto" Go to "Label" and click on "Group" then press Ctrl+C Go to "A4" and press Ctrl+V Click on Macro Once it finishes, hide the newly created group with the little tick box from the layers panel. Repeat Ctrl+V, hide on the 5th repetition, the program will select the 2nd layer, on the 6th repetition it will select the 3rd and so on. A4.afphoto Label.afphoto Macros.afmacros
  3. The Ctrl+A part didn't work because it will complete the "Select All" command instead (which IMO is what it should do) but manually selecting the layers and hitting "collapse selection" in the right click menu worked for me in Photo 1.10.0.1127
  4. 1. Using Affinity Photo 1.9.0.932 (but happened with the previous version 1.8.2...) 2. Yes, 3. Happens for new documents. 4. I've attached a video but it doesn't show the mouse cursor and I couldn't figure out how to capture only one screen. Operating system: Windows 10 (10.0.19041) Expected behavior: Change text color to white Recipe: - Open a new document, - Choose the text tool, - write anything, - select the move tool, - go to the text color picker (tint slider will pop-up) and try sliding it. It jumps back to 100%, other sliders are working. Similarly the tint slider is not working in the right panel, but the slider itself doesn't jump to 100%. - If you deselect, then re-select the text using the move tool, the tint slider functions as intended. No unusual hardware or application. It was a long time ago but I seem to recall this working in pre 1.8.x records2.mp4
  5. Hey guys! I'm on Photo v1.8.5.703, Windows 10, version 1909, OS build 18363.1082. Photo jumbles up the coat of arms for me on this flag of Hungary: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Flag_of_Hungary_with_arms_(state).svg#/media/File:Flag_of_Hungary_with_arms_(state).svg
  6. Came here to add my +1 for this feature as well. It would be convenient to have support variable fonts.
  7. So the way it is currently. The slower you drag the mouse the faster the percentages go. I think this is counter intuitive because if I move it slow I would want precision and if I move it fast I'd want to get from 100 to 0 or vice versa as fast as possible. You can test this out using the Opacity settings for a layer. I have two screens and if I wanted to I could drag the mouse so fast from the right side of the right display all the way to the left of the next one and still not hit 0% opacity. In my opinion the current behaviour should work the other way around, but I'd love to hear what other think. Maybe it's just my workflow that is bad.
  8. I'm using Affinity Photo 1.6.4 on Windows and those buttons don't appear for me. Did they get removed?
  9. Hi! I think it's easier if you use adjustment layers and masks. Here's the process, I used. 1. Create Black & White Adjustment layer -> Create Mask for it and paint it black 2. Use Brush tool to draw over the eyes with white on the mask 3. Create Levels Adjustment layer -> Create a Mask for it and paint it black -> Crank up black levels to above 50% 4. Use a soft brush (i.e. 0% hardness), adjust the size to be the same as the eye and start clicking until you find it dark enough. 5. To adjust how much the eye shines, you can do so by lowering the black level in the Levels adjustment layer and/or by increasing the brightness level of greens in the B&W adjustment layer.
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