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  1. Alfred

    Move back tool

    The only legal way to do that is to purchase copies of the images from Shutterstock.
  2. Alfred

    eswitzer

    Go here: https://store.serif.com/update/windows/photo/1/
  3. Alfred

    Rotating image then exporting

    When you rotate the image 90°, the rotation paddle moves to the left- or right-hand side. Go to the Commands (‘...’) menu and choose ‘Rasterize > Rasterize and Trim’ to reset the rotation paddle to the top of the rotated image: you should find that the orientation is correct when you export the image and reimport it.
  4. I’m seeing the same bug in AD on iPad.
  5. In a reply to one of my posts I was accused of being “unnecessarily rude” although I had actually been, I thought, quite polite and courteous — and certainly not rude, unnecessarily or otherwise. A slightly heated exchange ensued, so a moderator removed the posts in question (apparently doing so before you had a chance to read them).
  6. #000000 is black and #ffffff is white, so a hex pair with a value of #7f or less will be dark at 100% opacity: #004d50 is dark teal. Do you have any transparency applied to the object(s)?
  7. That filter returns Stylistic Alternates. For Stylistic Sets, try this search: https://www.myfonts.com/search/tag%3A"Stylistic+Sets"/fonts/
  8. I’m shocked to discover that you don’t remember it to twenty decimal places (3.14159265358979323846) as I do!
  9. Alfred

    Affinity Photo: 10 FREE LUTs Pack

    For free samples, just enter 0 (zero) as the ‘fair price’. By the way, if you don’t have a Gumroad account it’s a good idea to create one. I used Gumroad without an account for quite a long time, because I thought I didn’t need one unless I was selling something, but if you have an account you can retrieve your purchases from your Library at any time from any device, and it’s much easier to get updated versions of the products.
  10. Your first screenshot shows that they are sorted by weight: thin, light, book, regular, medium, etc. The problem is that they’re not sorted such that, for example, all of the condensed variants are grouped together.
  11. You and I might like that, Sara, but I bet some users would complain about it!
  12. The thing is, without that switch (or the checkbox in the legacy applications) how would you turn the filter back off again?
  13. Alfred

    30 Days Trial?

    Just to add to what @StevenS has said, purchases from the Affinity Store come with a 14-day money back guarantee. So you can try the app for more than three weeks at no cost if you decide not to keep it.
  14. Just clicking (or rather, tapping) to select it is enough to make the Context toolbar appear. Like the filter effects in the old ‘Plus’ applications, changing the values there will turn the switch on automagically.
  15. How do you know?
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