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  1. Thanks everyone for your replies. A protractor seems the easiest. For more accuracy I can always calculate the angle by finding the length of each side (opposite & adjacent) and find the inverse tangent (using www.wolframalpha.com/ since my Windows calculator doesn't seem to do inverse tangent functions even in Scientific mode). THE BEST SOLUTION WOULD BE HAVING THAT FEATURE ADDED TO AFFINITY DESIGNER. (Hint, hint)
  2. I have the same question, and I don't think the question was answered. I want to find what angle a line is. The line is straight and drawn with the pen tool. Is there a way to do that? I don't want to change the line.
  3. All good answers! The HSL adjustment is just what I needed. Thanks toltec, owner, R C-R. As far as I can tell, if one doesn't know this, the Help doesn't help in finding how to do it. It does say what each slider does, but not how to get there.
  4. I have a color image that I want to reduce the color on. It is too saturated. I don't want Black & White but less color so it approaches black & black. The topic in the Help for Selective Color Adjustment is not helpful. It doesn't say where to find the Selective Color adjustment.
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