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  1. No, I thought it's what it looked like & actually re-wrote my post in case that's not what it was supposed to be. 🤣
  2. Great job again Fred. I like the top one without the front bar, but that's just my opinion.
  3. Hi guys I using windows 10 & the original post is here I'm having an issue in Photo where canvas size is created at 250px. Then a square shape is created then using transform panel it's 250px by 250px with X,Y at 0,0. There is a stroke/border at 1pt (1.3px) & set to the inside with no fill. But I can't see the bottom or right of the stroke even when aligning left, right, center etc. This happens all the time in Photo but when I do the same in Designer it works fine. The images below demonstrate what I mean.
  4. Hi again guys, this is really annoying me. Images attached. I just created a new square with 1pt(1.3px) border stroke inside. I used the transform panel width width 250px & height 250px & x,y positions 0,0. I did it the same in both Photo & Designer. The one in Photo has the issue where it seems to be a pt out and doesn't show the left & bottom border even when align center or left or all the rest. But in Designer it's fine using the same technique. Can someone help?
  5. Hi MickRose, I used Firefox about 15 minutes ago & the link worked fine for me.
  6. Hi David the align stroke to inside, center, outside is just above that order box. Thanks GaryP & yes I have 1px stroke and aligned to inside.
  7. Hi Affinity community, I've had a look in the forums but nothing is showing(maybe it's how I'm terming it). Anyway, I have a canvas with a size of 798px *798px. I also have an image 798px * 798px positioned 0px & 0px. I also have a square/rectangle the same size 798px * 798px with 1px orange stroke on the inside positioned at 0px & 0px with no fill. However the square/rectangle does not fit on the canvas. It disappears 1px & 1px to the right and bottom(in this case). Is this an issue with me & my sizes or is it a bug. In the attached image in image 1 at top you can see the selected rectangle is at 0px 0px & is 798px and that the canvas is also 798px. In the bottom part of image (image 2) you can see the stroke disappears to the right & bottom. This is happening in both AD & AP. I have tried changing where the stroke sits on inside, center, outside many times. This has happened quite a few times in the past & tonight I thought I have to try & solve it before it does my head in(that may be too late). I've noticed this happening with images as well, that they sometimes they don't fill the canvas properly. Any help appreciated.
  8. Hi Fred, I'm in New Zealand & we have just gone back into lock down so this represents how most of us are feeling right now. Very appropriate.
  9. Yes Captain, I believe it's origin is the adobe constellation. Word from the graphic-a system says it has the capability to select individuals turn them into groups and change their DNA. Is this the weapon you are talking about
  10. Had a go at something different, for me. All vector. Hope I haven't offended the Steampunk community.
  11. VectorVonDoom, you made me feel a bit guilty 🤣 so I've done some more work on it. I'm not totally happy with it, but I can say it's now all vector. Also can someone tell me how to quote another post? I've tried using both quote buttons but it never works.
  12. Thanks Niall123492 I'm more used to building houses and laying concrete. Taken me a while to get to here 😊
  13. Had another go at a vector. It's not finished (bumper needs a bit of work) and as usual probably not graphically correct with lighting shadows etc. I find that stuff hard to do. The only bits that aren't vectors are the 2 windows. I thought it looked better this way looking into the van & seeing the seats & back windows. My first posted work here Yamaha MX Bike
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