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Daybo

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  1. Hi Chris, The scanner is a Brother MFC-7360N Thanks David
  2. Hi all, I'm having a problem that I am not 100% sure it is affinity's fault, but...when I aquire image from the scanner and select "image correction" to "manual" on the scanner window, it does the scan then when complete it crashes Affinity photo. The reason I think it is an AP problem is because it doesn't happen in Pixelmator. Anyone else had this problem? David
  3. Thank you, that seems to have been my problem - I had the layer selected. After deselecting the layer it did indeed work as described. Apologies for such a newbie question.
  4. Thanks both of you! @DWright - It doesn't seem to make a difference, I can even go to Select->Deselect and still it seems to convert the image to a monotone image based on the colour picked by the eyedropper tool. I have to uncheck the "Apply to Selection" in order to for not to do this. @R C-R - Thank you! I think that can work for me. I like the "Copy Color to Clipboard as Hex option".
  5. Hi All, I have just bought Affinity Photo, coming from years of Adobe products. So I'm learning the differences, and this may be a stupid question, but when I use the eyedropper tool to get a colour, I find that it puts the selected colour in the colour panel, but it also sets the fill colour of the image, and the whole image changes to a monotone image. All I want to do is get the hex value from the selected pixels without altering the image. If I de-select "Apply to selection" it doesn't change the image, but nor does it populate the hex value field. What am I doing wrong? Thanks
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