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Nemesis

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  1. During export of my RGB/16 and sRGB document... I get the following options; • Nearest Neighbor • Bilinear • Bicubic • Lanczos 3 (seperable) • Lanczos 3 (non-seperable) ------ What's the difference and what gives me best image quality? And do all have the same compatibility between devices, so that all colors stay true to what they should be? (I don't want Red to turn out Dark Orange on different devices)
  2. Ok, Color Format RGB/16 and Color Profile sRGB it will be than... due to perfect compatibility. • Last question; What about RGB/32 (HDR)? It sounds as if it's even more versatile... but I'm not sure how compatible it is between devices, do you guys know? Is it just as compatible as RGB/16 is?
  3. For me as a rookie, it's very difficult to pick the right color options when setting up new documents... because there is so much to choose from! I know that for Web/Mobile purposes I should use RGB colors, and for Printing I should use CMYK colors. But what exact settings give me the best quality and best overall compatibility throughout different devices and apps? (some devices/apps probably can't render certain color options too well) ------- - For example; I'm setting up a new RGB document, I have several options like; • Color Format - RGB/8, RGB/16 and RGB/32 (HDR) • Color Profile - Adobe RGB, CIE RGB, ColorMatch RGB, Display, Display P3, Generic RGB Profile, ProPhoto RGB, Wide Gamut RGB, image P3, and sRGBIEC61966-2.1 Now, what combination gives my RGB document the best image quality... but also has the best compatibility between devices/apps? (with compatibility I mean, Red should stay Red on every device/app and not show up as dark orange on some devices/apps)
  4. When I cut a certain section out of a picture, is there a way to have that selection 'deselect' automatically? It's kinda annoying having to click 'select/deselect' from the menu every time....
  5. I'm a rookie, so I have no clue how to do this... Anyway, I would like to know how I can cut out a rectangle shaped area of a photo, and past that part in a new document? (I have both Affinity Designer & Photo)
  6. Just a simple question; As far as I know it's recommended to use YMCK for printing purposes, and GB for web and mobile purposes right? • But... can anyone explain why YMCK isn't recommended for web/mobile and vice versa? I know CYMK has a wider color range, but in case I only use basic black/white/red would it really matter whether I use YMCK/RGB??
  7. Hi guys, I could use your help here. I just created a new website logo for my company, but it's not 100% the way I want. • It looks sharp and good... but for some reason when I change sizes of the logo, everything stays in perfect proportion EXCEPT the vertical white lines (see attachment). What am I doing wrong and why are the white lines not changing along in proportion? TEST.afdesign
  8. Great, I can't wait!! --- - Getting back to the current status for now; I find it kinda weird that this 'bounding box alternative' isn't active by default... it only makes life easier in my opinion, what's the advantage of having a bounding box that's completely off anyway (like it currently is)? It's not only Affinity Designer with this issue, but Adobe Illustrator also has this off-the-pace bounding box, what makes a developer choose for this, what's the advantage?
  9. Cool! So when is v1.6 being released??
  10. Ok, but would my theory be correct... and would .svg logo indeed give a better quality image than a .png logo??
  11. So that would mean I could make my website logo look much better than the current .png file. I could just use a .svg file for my website logo, right?
  12. From what I understand .pdf/.eps are the only formats that support vectors, right? But... if I would use such file for my web logo, it wouldn't be supported by the browser I guess? - So basically I can only use .pdf/.eps for secondary (physical) parties, such as my merchandise printer or business card printer? (no online presentation)
  13. I'm wondering, why is it... that if for example I type a text, the anchors - on each corner - are so misalined? I mean, wouldn't it be much more handy if the anchors of each corner would be perfectly alined to the text? So that it's much easier to align this text with other objects? Anyway, since these anchors apparently need to be aligned for every single object (text, whatsoever)... it's a lot of work, so what's the easiest way to do it? Would it be to use the vector crop tool and just manually realign the anchors... or is there an easier way to achieve this?
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