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  1. @GarryP Thank you for your feedback. In the right panel (inner glow) please look at the radius and intensity settings. The images show that only a 0.1 change in radius (which, with inner glow effect set to "edge", should only affect the tiniest bit of the border of a shape) changes the whole colour of the water (the blue shape) instead. In the same panel, a change in intensity also changes the shape's whole colour instead of only the borders. This happens no matter the blend mode. This also happens with the outline effect. @anon2 Thank you for the workaround, I will try one of the ways you suggested!
  2. Hello, There seems to be a glitch with the inner glow effect (edit: and with the outline effect). This glitch seems to at least specifically affect shapes with lower opacity. By viewing the 8 snapshots below, you will see that setting even only 0.1 radius to the effect results in changes to the whole shape instead of affecting only its borders. This happens no matter the blend mode, and no matter the intensity (although the effect is more pronounced with higher intensity. (Pictures 1,2,3,4 are in Multiply blend mode ; Pictures 5,6,7,8 are ine Normal blend mode). I am working on a macbook pro. This happened while following the fisherman tutorial in the AD workbook. r
  3. I have the exact same problem. HSL is bugged and takes the form of a quarter of a circle about half the time I use it. I can also confirm the bug happens even: - when the monitor's resolution is set to default - with metal compute acceleration turned off - with an older OS (10.13.6) - With the most recent OS (10.15) Restarting affinity photo seems to be one way to temporarily fix the issue, for me (but I'm not sure this method works 100% of the time)
  4. I have the exact same problem. HSL is bugged and takes the form of a quarter of a circle about half the time I use it. I can also confirm the bug happens even: - when the monitor's resolution is set to default - with metal compute acceleration turned off - with an older OS (10.13.6) - With the most recent OS (10.15) Restarting affinity photo seems to be one way to temporarily fix the issue, for me (but I'm not sure this method works 100% of the time)
  5. Hello, I'm just writing because I have found a solution to a problem I was having recently. Since I found no solution online, I thought it might help someone else. For some time I had been having trouble with the high pass filters. What happened was that the filter was very bright (see picture below), and no detail showed up. When working correctly, the filter used to be dark grey and the details light grey. I first thought it might have something to do with the characteristics of the image, such as brightness or frequency, but it seemed to happen with any image. I had tried: - Reinstalling Affinity photo - Using different images - Looking online for a solution to no avail. SOLUTION : What finally solved my issue was going to the ICC profile menu (Document > convert format / ICC profile) and selecting RGB/8 or RGB/16 as a colour format (it was on RGB/32 because I had been doing some high resolution editing and tone mapping a few weeks earlier). I don't know why the 32-bit colour format does that to the high pass filter, but but 8-bit and 16-bit both seem to work fine for me.
  6. Hello Affinity team, It would be very nice if you decreased the width of the app's borders, in order to allow a bigger canvas. I'm talking about all the blank space around the canvas and at the edges of the app's window. This "bezel" could be significantly narrower, especially right over the last row of icons (but under the name of the project) at the very top of the screen, and at the very bottom, where text in small characters sometimes appear. This might not seem like a big deal to those working on a 27" screen, but to the many people working on a 13" MacBook pro or any other small laptop (a good portion of your customers, I would guess), this would make a big difference. Increasing the working space this way will also make the app easier to use and more practical. Please note that I often work on affinity on a bigger external screen without problems, but when I bring my laptop anywhere but home, I find the size of the canvas to be limiting. One good option, if you absolutely wish to keep the borders that wide for some reason, would be to make them thinner at the very least for people working on smaller screens. Thanks in advance, -Am7
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