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  1. Hi Sean, No worries, thanks for the workaround, hope things get resolved!
  2. Hi Sean, Thanks for your reply, I checked all your suggestion, but failed to fix the problem, I'll go through the process again: Open up a 300 x 300 image (PNG), resizing it to 200 x 200: Select a portion of the resized image, feather 0px, integer width and height, pixel alignment on, copy: New from clipboard: And the transparent border is back again, also the width/height don't match the selection. Maybe I'm doing something wrong, please let me know if I missed anything and I'll check again, thanks!
  3. I posted about this issue in the other forum, but couldn't really figure out why this is happening, or how. So I assume this is a bug. More info can be found in the link, hope someone can shed some light on this issue.
  4. Thanks for confirming, I guess I should add this post to the bug section?
  5. Hi DWright, Thanks for the reply. The original image is 300 by 300 pixels, then I resize to 200 by 200, and select ( for example ) a 70 by 70 pixel area with the marquee tool. When I paste that from clipboard however, the new image is 70,7 by 70,7 pixels, with a transparent border.
  6. Hi, This might be a dumb question, I normally use photoshop / illustrator on a pretty basic level and am trying out the Affinity software. Anyway, when opening up a PNG/JPG in the Affinity software, resizing it by selecting 'Document setup' and changing the dimensions, and then selecting a part of the image with the Marquee tool, copying and pasting it with 'New from clipboard'. The new image has a transparent border as if I selected it using the feather option. It might be my lack of knowledge but I have no idea why this is happening, or how to disable this select option. When I paste it into Photoshop for example it also has this border, so I guess the error I (or the software) make is during the selecting/copying with the Marquee tool. I have provided some screenshots for clarity, hope someone can shed some light on this.
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