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  1. Thanks for the answer. They could be color profiles. I've already thought about that. But I don't know how to transfer whole color profiles (all used color codes) from one image to another. I used Photoshop's "same color" function for underwater images. I adjusted images with wrong colors by using images with the right colors with one click. So what to do? Save the color profile of the good image. Load this color profile for the bad image. Is this possible? What do I have to do? Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator
  2. In order to adjust the entire color space of one image to another, one could use the function "Same Color" in Photoshop CS. Is there such a function also in Affinity-photo? How can you do such a thing?
  3. I want to buy a new laptop and take affinity products from the old laptop to the new one. What to do? Surely I don't need a new purchase? Affinity photo / Affinity Designer
  4. Hi, I think this is a error. There is a different behavior. I paint a circle is the serrated edge outside, I paint a rectangle is this inside. See the document.
  5. Oh Oh Oh - I'm so sorry. I was in Affinity Photo!! Now all is ok.
  6. Sorry, exactly this is the Problem. 'Studio > Symbols' has no more such entry.
  7. I had updated my Affinity Designer. Now i can not find the symbols-Palette in Studio. Version 1.6.4.104. Is there a bug? Where can i find the symbols palette?
  8. Vielen Dank, man muss es offensichtlich tatsächlich in 3 Schritten machen. 1. Schneidewerkzeug mit einem definierten Verhältnis aktivieren 2. Dokumentengröße auf 768 * 512 setzen 3. abspeichern. Ist aus meiner Sicht möglich aber doch umständlich. Auf jeden Fall vielen Dank für eure Unterstützung.
  9. Hallo, I am new - unfortunately, I am not so well into English language. The text was translated by programme.Ich hope he is clear. I try to cut out desperately the possibility something in a firm aim size. This very simply goes to photo shop element. Problem description: I have a big picture. I have a firm aim format of 768 * 512 pixels with 72 dpi. Now I want to draw up a frame which has exactly this side relation. I would like to position this frame arbitrarily in the picture, or also, propertional increase / reduce around the desired picture area to select and if I these activate then exactly one picture should be also stored away in the size 768 * 512 pixels. With photo shop goes in such a way: Cutting-Tool - input wide in Pixel input height in Pixel- According to frame move - activate - store away - ready. Here with Affiniti photo I have all possible one, however, the desired result does not try done - nevertheless, surely quite simply goes!
  10. Hallo, ich bin neu - leider bin ich nicht so gut in der englischen Sprache. Ich suche verzweifelt die Möglichkeit etwas in einer festen Zielgröße auszuschneiden. Das geht in Photoshop-Elements sehr einfach. Problembeschreibung: Ich habe ein großes Bild. Ich habe ein festes Zielformat von 768 * 512 Pixel mit 72 dpi. Nun will ich einen Rahmen aufziehen, der genau diese Seitenverhältnis hat. Diesen Rahmen möchte ich beliebig im Bild positionieren , oder auch, propertional vergrößern/verkleinern um den gewünschten Bildbereich auszuwählen und wenn ich diesen dann aktiviere soll genau ein Bild in der Größe 768 * 512 Pixel auch abgespeichert werden. Bei Photoshop geht das so: Ausschneidewerkzeug - Breite Höhe eingeben. Rahmen entsprechend ziehen - aktivieren - abspeichern - fertig. Bei Affiniti Photo habe ich hier alles mögliche probiert aber nicht das gewünschte Ergebnis hinbekommen - geht doch sicher ganz einfach!
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