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  1. Hi @HVDB Photography Thanks, but this is not exactly what I need. To see the issue, you need to create 3 pixel layers and try to select two of them and group while recording macro.
  2. It does not work while you record macro. Regards, Greg
  3. Hi, Grouping layers while recording macro is not possible. Macros should allow to use all basic functions. Could you please solve it. Best regards, Greg
  4. Hi @GabrielM Should I raise bug ? Regards, Greg
  5. Hi, Is there way to select layers[with different names] and group them while recording macro ? Best regards, Greg
  6. @Fotoloco Great stuff - but which "L" layer should be one to apply corrections ?
  7. Ok. I think I know where the problem is. Above I wrote what I had in mind, not actually referring to correct variables. With X+100, I was referring to width, while X is used as position, same with Y. Sorry about that. You should be using W and H for width and height without aspect ratio. Below will shrink width of picture layer by 100px.
  8. @PhilippeVDD This is because you have aspect ratio locked. Than, when you make x+100, it calculates y+1000. If you want to have i.e. 100px frame[regardles photo size or standard print format], just add +100px to both dimentions to solid layer without aspect ratio locked. Than move solid layer back.
  9. @PhilippeVDD Why not? Once you finish recording macro, you can use it in Batch Processing on multiple images. Check File menu.
  10. @PhilippeVDD Change keyboard to Azerty and check Arrange menu on top - shortcuts are there.
  11. @PhilippeVDD While you record macro, create new layer, move it to back "CTRL+SHIFT+[" (not in layers panel). Than select top layer, go to Transform panel, select center point and in width(or height) input box type "X-100". This will make layer 100px smaller on selected dimension
  12. Hi, Can we ask for official changes log for new update ? I guess everyone is curious, as this is second update in short time. Best regards, Greg
  13. Hi, Yes, you can use while recording macro. Avaliable selections are mentioned in help file. https://affinity.help/photo/English.lproj/index.html Workspace-->More-->Expressions for field input.
  14. Hi @Mensch Mesch Sorry for late reply, I was sick.You can use values . All is in official Affinity documentation. Check on below links. https://affinity.help/photo/English.lproj/index.html
  15. Hi @Mensch Mesch Thanks for hint, but this is no quite what I had in mind. This tut shows how to add frame over the picture. I need to extend canvas size. i.e. original 2048x1536 and macro will add +100px to width and high, fill it white and punt my signature on frame. I can create one for most popular picture dimension i use, but it will be quite a task. Any idea how to approach it ? Greg