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telemax

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  1. You will most likely have to convert the image layer to a pixel layer.
  2. It's funny, trying to figure out what Alt+click does, I found that Alt + Drag in the brush panel copies the brush 🙂
  3. Hi and Welcome to the Affinity Forums! Check your OS version:
  4. Also make sure that you view the document at 100% scale (double click on the magnifying glass icon).
  5. Welcome to the Affinity Forums! Try turning on the stabilizer. And also reduce "Spacing" in the brush settings.
  6. For the desktop version, quick access to non-destructive filters is in the Layers panel:
  7. Wow, @Wosven and @Hens, thank you! It works! And the group trick will really speed up the workflow! 👍 This is a very useful method that deserves to create a video tutorial. If you post your video in the Tutorials section, or on YouTube, it's a good contribution!
  8. Anyone who uses any tablets in AD, will not work pressure for the pen, for vector brushes! Because the Controller is set to None by default. And it resets to None every time you open a new document or start a program! I think this is a bug. Set the Controller to Brush Defaults or Pressure.
  9. Welcome to the Affinity Forums! In this short tutorial the most basic steps, maybe it will help:
  10. I was able to get 1 and 2-bit PNG, with Posterise + Gradient Map + PNG export settings. 2-bit.afdesign This was just out of curiosity, and probably won't help your workflow. --- --- ---
  11. A few more options. For the second and third, the non-destructive method is used, so you can change the color or gradient of the child (nested) object, if necessary, at any time. Clipping.mp4
  12. And yet the goal was achieved in AD. Posterise + White background layer + PNG export settings. 1-bit.afdesign
  13. Probably yes. But you can try using my samples in your file. Samples.afdesign Place the gradient in the river silhouette, add more nodes, change the line thickness and color. Maybe you can do with just one line, changing the color of the river silhouette and the color of the gradient line. Test.mp4
  14. Try moving the blurred image to the side. If it becomes clear after that, then it's a document rendering bug.
  15. All I could get with the workaround. Unfortunately in this case, it is a texture that runs along a vector path. As a result, when exported to PDF, this gradient will be a raster gradient. Sample_2.afdesign Gradient.afbrushes
  16. Yes, it's a shame. But you can change the "Title" in AP, in the "Metadata" panel. View > Studio > Metadata > File > Title
  17. Welcome to the Affinity Forums! With a Gradient Tool, no. But there is a workaround, in AD, with a texture and vector brush. To do this, you have to create your own vector brush, using the gradient texture. Sample.afdesign Gradient.afbrushes Gradient.afdesign ---
  18. If you purchased the program from the Affinity store, you will need to enter the product key and email again (the product key is tied to the email). But I don't know the particulars for the Windows store.
  19. Welcome to the Affinity Forums! I remember that some users recommended that you log out of your account in the Affinity apps (if you were logged in), before reinstalling. The icon in the upper right corner:
  20. If you're still talking about JPG compression at 50, then I recommend using a value of at least 90 (for Affinity apps).
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