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  1. Welcome to the Affinity forums Even if there was an acknowledgement of this thread from Serif, a fix for this bug is very unlikely to materialise, in my opinion. There are workarounds, though. If the clipping object is pure white with Multiply blend mode, then simply change its fill to none instead of white. Otherwise, enclose the clipping object in a Group and give the desired blending mode to the Group.
  2. Affinity app preferences do not have a control for specifying a default profile for JPEGs. Affinity currently assigns sRGB (without warning) when an RGB JPEG has no profile, regardless of the app profile preferences. Anyway, the exports from Capture One do have an embedded profile, which is Adobe RGB according to your first message. OK, that sounds correct since Capture One will have embedded that profile in the JPEG and Affinity will automatically use that when opening the JPEG. Going back to your original post: It certainly seems strange that merely assigning Adobe RGB profile to a document that already has Adobe RGB profile will change the print result. Hopefully, someone else has experience of that and can provide advice.
  3. Welcome to the Affinity forums Normally, the profile embedded in a JPEG is automatically assigned to the document that Affinity creates when opening the JPEG. If there is no embedded profile, then Affinity will assume sRGB in the case of JPEG and PNG. What profile is Affinity automatically using when opening your Adobe RGB JPEGs?
  4. In the area named "Feature Requests & Suggestions", but realise Serif normally will not respond unless they require clarification.
  5. Something to consider is that if View Quality is "Nearest Neighbour" then the document can look terribly jaggy when zoom is not 100%. Set View Quality to "Bilinear" in the Performance section of the app's Preferences.
  6. Welcome to the Affinity forums Use 99.9% hardness instead of 100%. When you enter a non-integer percentage, it will be misleadingly displayed in the control as an integer but the real value will be stored and used.
  7. There is no problem for me with that file. I suspect it is a GPU problem. Try changing settings in the Performance section of the app's preferences.
  8. Yes, Affinity Photo has layer linking that uses the same technology as Designer's symbols. Select a text object then do Layer > Duplicate Linked. Now when one text object is edited, the linked text object is simultaneously updated.
  9. I have that camera and a Mac, and I've not had the problem that you showed. It would be helpful if you attach one of your .ARW files.
  10. Disable symbol syncing before doing the Mask to Below and then restore syncing after the mask is applied: the mask will exist on only the one instance of the symbol.
  11. A Pixel layer is selected in your second screenshot. Select the Rectangle instead and then you can use Convert To Curves.
  12. You can avoid having to redraw the path that the text follows. It involves two flips: Select the path with the Move Tool (v) and then do either Flip Horizontal or Flip Vertical. Switch to Node Tool (a), cmd-a to select all nodes of the path and then do the same flip again.
  13. Unlikely, in my experience of years of waiting for fixes and improvements that never materialise.
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