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  1. Putting RGB file into CMYK project or converting RGB project with inserted RGB file to CMYK may lead to sufficient color change. If you need to pick proper color from RGB image, import it to RGB project and when you picked colors, convert project to CMYK. Colors that you picked will remain basically same. So I agree, that it's better to work in RGB until export.
  2. Guidelines that I get out of rulers, you know, never snap to object edges. How to make them snap?
  3. When I paste effects, they are never the same as I copied. For example, outline always has different width.
  4. Can I use this preset automatically on new projects?
  5. I often export CMYK layouts to RGB JPEG but after new launch my RGB export option is gone. Can it be saved?
  6. Amitashi

    "At least one file is being opened"

    Yes. It helped. I deleted file from AppData\Roaming\Affinity\Photo\1.0\temp directory.
  7. Program do not quit even after reinstall!
  8. - Group - Ungroup
  9. Please add: - Copy FX - Paste FX - Merge selected layers
  10. Amitashi

    Pasting style

    My suggestion is to add Copy FX and Paste FX to right click menu. This would be great and intuitive!
  11. Amitashi

    Pasting style

    I found that pasting FX works better. It seems I should learn difference between styles and FX.
  12. When I use editorial brushes (healing, blur, clone) when group of layers is selected, layers of this group being flattened automatically. In complicated projects this feauture can spoil some block of work. I made complicated group and just forgot to select exact layer which I want to edit with editorial brush and after edit group was flattened what I didn't want to. Because this group meant to be editable.
  13. Amitashi

    Pasting style

    When I pasting style, parameters of style are not transfered correctly. For example, width of outline changes.
  14. I wasted a lot of time trying to understand why my refined cuts are partially transparent. I realized that this is because of "Matte edges" mark set by deafault in Refine window. I would say this mark set by deafault is pretty confusing, especially for newbies.