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  1. Yes. Thank you for your response. I don't want to see what it's going to look like after it's exported. I want to be able to look at the actual print size while I'm working on it to see what I'm going to get. This area of Affinity definitely needs to be addressed and updated. You have no idea how aggravating this is when Photoshop resizes and let's you see what you're going to get on the fly. To the good people at Serif; if this app is supposed to compete with Photoshop, you need to fix this problem.
  2. Alex, I understand exactly what you are saying and agree with you. I'm also a new user and I'm not happy that Affinity doesn't re-sample/resize on the fly like Photoshop.
  3. HI. I'm sorry if this has been covered before. Now, if I'm working in Photoshop, I can resize anything on my canvas (image cutout, graphic, text) up or down by using the Move Tool box around the object. Affinity let's you do that too. But the big difference is that whether I size up or down, Photoshop will automatically re-sample the image or graphic instantly and it will be totally crystal clear and perfect at the point you stop at. In Affinity, when you do this, you're left with a distorted mess. And the re-size document options are a joke. How do you take this software seriously when it can't do this most basic task. Like I said, you should be able to drag the Move Tool box changing the size of the object and should at that point be automatically be re-sampled/resized when you're done. If there is a way to do this, that I'm sorry for my stupidity. If not, I'll stick with Photoshop. Thanks Al
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