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    duebergang got a reaction from papartig in Export layers to size of canvas?   
    How do you do this? Been fiddling with slices in export persona but if you create a slice from layer it creates a massive bounding box around the whole layer and there is no option to clip it to the artboard.
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    duebergang got a reaction from matisso in (UI Suggestion) DARK Layout - Current tab contrast   
    In the Dark Layout with two working tabs open, it is not immediately recognizable which tab you have open just from the colours. If you adjust the gamma, it lowers the brightness of the whole application (intended), but there is no way to increase the contrast between these two that I can see. I get confused by this all the time. You have to intentionally think about it which while it's only a second, it takes you out of the 'zone'. See reference image:
     
    In other panels you have the flow from current tab colour to panel colour:  but in the main view there is a separator.
    One work around I figured is to adjust the main background to closer match the current tab.
    With 3 tabs it becomes more obvious because the one that stands out is the one you are on... ANY additional indicator to easily tell which tab is current tab would be helpful IMO.

    Cheers,
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    duebergang got a reaction from R C-R in Hotkey search? Similar to search in preferences   
    Right well that makes sense @R C-R. That understood, I still think a hotkey search would be useful, @Dan C Less digging through menus (as a general philosophy) the better!
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    duebergang got a reaction from matisso in (UI Suggestion) DARK Layout - Current tab contrast   
    In the Dark Layout with two working tabs open, it is not immediately recognizable which tab you have open just from the colours. If you adjust the gamma, it lowers the brightness of the whole application (intended), but there is no way to increase the contrast between these two that I can see. I get confused by this all the time. You have to intentionally think about it which while it's only a second, it takes you out of the 'zone'. See reference image:
     
    In other panels you have the flow from current tab colour to panel colour:  but in the main view there is a separator.
    One work around I figured is to adjust the main background to closer match the current tab.
    With 3 tabs it becomes more obvious because the one that stands out is the one you are on... ANY additional indicator to easily tell which tab is current tab would be helpful IMO.

    Cheers,
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    duebergang got a reaction from Aammppaa in Hotkey search? Similar to search in preferences   
    I don't want to dig through hotkey menus to find the hotkey for a function. Is there a hotkey search like how you can for the preferences in general? If not, that'd save time.
    Thanks. Love Designer, keep it up.
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    duebergang got a reaction from matisso in (UI Suggestion) DARK Layout - Current tab contrast   
    In the Dark Layout with two working tabs open, it is not immediately recognizable which tab you have open just from the colours. If you adjust the gamma, it lowers the brightness of the whole application (intended), but there is no way to increase the contrast between these two that I can see. I get confused by this all the time. You have to intentionally think about it which while it's only a second, it takes you out of the 'zone'. See reference image:
     
    In other panels you have the flow from current tab colour to panel colour:  but in the main view there is a separator.
    One work around I figured is to adjust the main background to closer match the current tab.
    With 3 tabs it becomes more obvious because the one that stands out is the one you are on... ANY additional indicator to easily tell which tab is current tab would be helpful IMO.

    Cheers,
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    duebergang got a reaction from matisso in (UI Suggestion) DARK Layout - Current tab contrast   
    In the Dark Layout with two working tabs open, it is not immediately recognizable which tab you have open just from the colours. If you adjust the gamma, it lowers the brightness of the whole application (intended), but there is no way to increase the contrast between these two that I can see. I get confused by this all the time. You have to intentionally think about it which while it's only a second, it takes you out of the 'zone'. See reference image:
     
    In other panels you have the flow from current tab colour to panel colour:  but in the main view there is a separator.
    One work around I figured is to adjust the main background to closer match the current tab.
    With 3 tabs it becomes more obvious because the one that stands out is the one you are on... ANY additional indicator to easily tell which tab is current tab would be helpful IMO.

    Cheers,
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    duebergang got a reaction from matisso in (UI Suggestion) DARK Layout - Current tab contrast   
    In the Dark Layout with two working tabs open, it is not immediately recognizable which tab you have open just from the colours. If you adjust the gamma, it lowers the brightness of the whole application (intended), but there is no way to increase the contrast between these two that I can see. I get confused by this all the time. You have to intentionally think about it which while it's only a second, it takes you out of the 'zone'. See reference image:
     
    In other panels you have the flow from current tab colour to panel colour:  but in the main view there is a separator.
    One work around I figured is to adjust the main background to closer match the current tab.
    With 3 tabs it becomes more obvious because the one that stands out is the one you are on... ANY additional indicator to easily tell which tab is current tab would be helpful IMO.

    Cheers,
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    duebergang reacted to pcote in Copy / Paste Layer Effects   
    Hello MEB and Affinity Team,
     
    About this feature, would it be possible to simply Alt-Drag the "fx" icon from a layer to another to duplicate the effect? Also, just moving the "fx" icon should just move the effect to another layer. Photoshop has this feature since a long while.
     
    Thanks guys!
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    duebergang got a reaction from psaldari in View different dimensions (mm, cm, px) on Export   
    Hi!

    As topic title, would be useful to see what dimensions I am exporting (not just in px). Maybe there is an option for this that I couldn't find?
     
    Thanks!
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