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  1. Or current document - menu File, Document Setup.
  2. You can adjust the shortcuts to suit your needs and requirements. For example, Ctrl + S = Export.
  3. If you are talking about Office, it uses both SaveAs (to your liking) and even Export - how confusing :-)
  4. As I wrote elsewhere, in my application after years of experimenting and testing, SaveAs also switched to Export (it has a lot of advantages for me). So I welcome this clear solution - my first contact was very positive :-)
  5. In the case of Save, the file format is clearly defined - based on the file that was just opened. In the case of SaveAs, it would be necessary to define the format of the file to be saved - and this is reserved for Export.
  6. Select all Text layer in Layers panel.
  7. Add your spell checker.
  8. Some formats use floating point, for example DNG specification.
  9. http://wwwimages.adobe.com/www.adobe.com/content/dam/acom/en/products/photoshop/pdfs/understanding_digitalrawcapture.pdf
  10. I doubt more effective conversion. It is more or less about measured analog values, more like poorly compressible binary data. The difference, however, is that the stored less data values - they contain only the luminous component for each "cell", whereas the "pixel" must contain information about each color component + alpha channel.
  11. Firstly, RAW files do not contain full pixel color information - they must be calculated, when developed him.
  12. You mean color inversion*1), or exchanging them*2)? *1) https://affinity.help/designer/en-US.lproj/pages/Adjustments/adjustment_invert.html, *2) Fill color to Stroke color, and Stroke color to Fill color.