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  1. Hey @GabrielM, Thanks for responding. How about some files? I'm attaching the working file as well as PDFs exported with all settings same except one is with adjustment layer as top layer of artboard and one with adjustment layer as child to adjusted layer. I just created/tested a completely new file as well to make sure it wasn't just this one file that became corrupted. Hermez Hang Tag_front_bugsmash.afdesign Hermez Hang Tag_front_ChildAdjustment.pdf Hermez Hang Tag_front_GlobalAdjustment.pdf
  2. Troubleshooting this really had me pulling my hair out. I've found that adding an adjustment layer above the layers I want "adjusted" causes my bleed to not export when exporting as PDF. However, when I apply the adjustment layer to a specific layer (as a child layer) the bleed exports properly. Has anyone encountered this? I'm running a Mac with Mojave 10.14.3
  3. +100 for this feature. How could it still not be available? This is basic, Affinity team. Please don't torture us anymore.
  4. Thank you! I knew this. Not sure how it slipped my mind. Maybe I just had too many pallets open to notice the Fill window. Operator error, I confess.
  5. I'd also love to be able to export for CNC machines. This file converter may be a decent workaround while the developers get this implemented: https://cloudconvert.com/svg-to-dxf
  6. I'm getting reproducible behavior with this sequence: Make a selection on pixel layer>Edit>Fill>Deselect When I deselect, the unselected part from the original selection also fills, making the whole layer a solid color. See screen captures for the before and after. You can even see the selection is active in the before image. I found that this also happens when I use the keyboard shortcut SHIFT+F5 but it doesn't happen if I fill using the fill tool (paintbucket). I've been experiencing this for a while now. I think I noticed it even before I installed Mojave on my late 2015 iMac, but definitely ever since I installed Mojave.
  7. I'm happy to report that my layers started working properly. I have no idea why. After toggling back and forth between a couple of open images and opening/closing the layer palette my base layers started appearing. So weird but at least it works again.
  8. I recently updated my late 2015 iMac to Mojave and Affinity Photo 1.6.7 isn't happy. Since the update no layers show up in my layers palette. Trying to add a layer via layer palette or layer menu results in crash. Every time. Quite frustrating. JPG, TIFF, and PNG files all behaved the same. Anybody else experience this?
  9. Don't make us beg. It seems silly to leave this feature out for so long. I'm working on an image in a blue key with lots of gradient. In some places I have to mostly guess where the guide is... even when zooming way in. Please bump this up on the feature request list.
  10. Thank you for the response, MEB. I followed your suggestion and was unable to replicate the issue on a new user account. Now I have to try to zero in on possible menu utility culprits. I'm suspicious of my Colormunki Display ambient light sensor but I still have to test to confirm.
  11. Is this a resolved issue that is talked about elsewhere?
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