Jump to content

Oshawk

Members
  • Content Count

    12
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  1. @GabrielM ok, I ended up exporting the file to an SVG and then used the search functionality in Inkscape. I would really like this feature or at least some scripting support so I could implement it myself as I will probably need to use it a lot in the future. Thanks.
  2. Hello, I have a situation where I have ~650 layers, all well named that I need to search through quickly to hide/show for different permutations of an image. Is there a way I can either sort the layers alphabetically to find them more easily or search for them. Thanks.
  3. Thanks, that seems to be a good option, however, I need to export about 20 things from one document so is there any quicker method?
  4. Hello, Is it possable to export a certain layer of an image whilst preserving the dimensions of the entire document? i.e. the layer would be exported as a PNG and where parts of the layer are not present it would just be fully transparent. I hope this makes sense. Thanks. P.S. If you don't understand, please say and I will try to clarity.
  5. Sorry, yes it does, I did not realise that a hexagon could be constructed from triangles.
  6. Hello, Just a quick question, is it possible to make a hexagonal grid in Affinity Designer? Thanks, Joseph
  7. Yes, I mean completely randomly, what is this random choice function of which you speak?
  8. Hello, I have about 1,000 curves and want to select some randomly so that I can group and then colour them. Is this possible as currently, I am just scrolling through the layers panel and randomly clicking? Thanks, Joseph.
  9. Thanks, I will contact them directly. Hmm... Do you know if that would be fixed in the future / if there is a more permanent solution? Otherwise, the workaround will have to do. Not sure if you understood my question, I was wondering if you can add one layer/object to multiple groups. Yep, that is what I ended up doing in the end. Wish there was an easier solution though. I will do, it is a great piece of software.
  10. Hello, I am new to Affinity (still on the trial) and have a few questions: Is there any form of student discount, I am aware that there wasn't about a year ago but am wondering if anything has been changed now. In the image that I am working on (see below) there are visible white lines between curves despite there being no stroke, is there any easy way to remove them? Is there any way to add a curve to multiple groups so that it takes an average of the adjustments applied to those two groups. In my situation for the image below, I have three groups (front, side and top) and apply brightness adjustments on them to give the impression of shadow; the issue is that the roof parts should belong to two groups (front-top and side-top) so that they take an average of the shadow for better effect, is this possible? Finally, is there a way to exempt a curve in a group from the adjustments on that group (in my ecapleI want the light to be exempt from the shadow). Thanks, Joseph.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Please note the Annual Company Closure section in the Terms of Use. These are the Terms of Use you will be asked to agree to if you join the forum. | Privacy Policy | Guidelines | We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.