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  1. A short update to my post, because I guess it was misleading. The mentioned .afphoto files are linked in a .afpub file (yearly planner with 12 pictures) and the blurring appeared in the .afpub file.
  2. I had a comparable issue with afphoto files which contained linked raw files with some layers. I finally did a merge visible as top (and only active) layer in the afphoto file which worked well as a workaround. I guess you have some layer work in your afphoto file. Maybe my workaround will help you, too.
  3. Hi, Reading some advice regarding optical alignment for framing, I found a formular which can be used in the transformation panel. Maybe I missed something, but it would be great, if I don't need to input the whole formular all the time I want to use it. Will it be possible to create a macro or some kind of individual shortcut for the formular? My current use case is for sure only one example for the question behind it. Ah, and not to forget, it should work in all three apps 🙂 So regarding the my use case: http://www.russellcottrell.com/photo/centering.htm E.g. being in photo, create an A4 document and add layer with a rectangle. Select the layer go to the transformation panel, make sure, the upper left or at least one of the three upper reference nodes is active and input the following formular for "Y:" (sw+w)*(sh-h)/(4*sw) Works well, but it would be nice, to have something like "oc" or "hoc" as input shortcut. I tried to record a macro, but it looks like it doesn't work for that scenario. Or maybe an option to create individual shortcuts could do the job. Something like type "%oc" and get "(sw+w)*(sh-h)/(4*sw)".
  4. Hi John NX, Do you still have the framing problem? I gave it a try, too. I downloaded your initial afphoto file. First I saw, that the canvas hasn't been unclipped. So maybe, one of the essential problems could be, that you maybe didn't resize the canvas. What I did now... - Delete the rectange and pixel layer - Resize the canvas by adding 660px to width and hight (2x30+2x300). See also screenshot 1a. - Then using the "fx" effects on the CR2 layer to add two frames to the layer. See screenshots 1b and 1c. But this is only one way to get the frames. For sure you can use two rectangle layers instead and there are maybe more ways to do it 🙂 I also attached the modified afphoto file (AP Photo V2). IMG_8048 FORUM_v1.afphoto
  5. Hi Allan, Drag the text layer on the white rectangle layer, so that the vertical blue line appears.
  6. It looks like, deactivating the internal graphics card does the trick for me. Intel UHD Graphics 630 (deactivated) NVIDIA Quadro P2200 / driver version 472.39 (activated) OpenCL acceleration (activated) Windows 10 Pro / version 21H1 / build 19043.1320 After a very quick test, I can't see the overlay brush problem on my system.
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