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  1. Hi, Thank you for the reply. I have attached 2 images. One before the cut / mask / whatever you want to call it, and one after. As you can see from the second picture, there are white pixels left from the background. I have tried refining and things but nothing works except goind around the whole image with an eraser. I was just wondering is there an option where you can reduce the selection size of the selected pixels. Sort of squashing them in just a mm or two inside the image to avoid cropping some of the background of the original image. Thank you for your help. Kind regards, Ash.
  2. Hey guys, I'm fairly new to Affinity and was wondering if there is a way to crop or mask a selection slightly less than the actual selection itself. What I mean is, when you mask a shape, it leaves a slight layer of the background pixels on your cropped image. I have tried to 'refine' this, however, this does not work effectively enough. Just looking for something which will save me going around the entire image with a small eraser. Thanks very much, Ash

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