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Kheewz

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  1. Hello! Is it normal to have my vector's edges jagging when I put something into it as shown in the uploads below? Is there any way to solve this?
  2. Is there any faster way to rename layers or do I really have to click in each and everyone and type? Even a *rename* *press tab* *rename next* would do, as Photoshop. Thanks!
  3. Hmm, I see. Callum said he was moving this thread. Do I still need to make a new post in "Feature Requests"?
  4. Lately, I've been using export persona more often due to a project I've been developing. So, I thought it would be more useful than it ended up being. The slices help a lot, but I had to click hundreds of time to assign the same profile to a lot of slices, and I see no reason for an export persona not being optimized to make things faster. #1 - I couldn't duplicate any slice. Duplicating the slices created with the slice tool, allowing me to simply move it around to another part of the canvas, keeping the export settings, would be great. #2 - there's no way to batch rename or batch set a multiplier to the slices' size. I had lots of slices and had to: click, rename, click the arrow, click to type, type "5x", and, then, go to the next slice. The only batch process I could find was changing the format. #3 - why do the slice made from a vector with an adjustment layer inside ends up being giant? If I have a simple square and make a slice from it, it'll keep the proportions. If I have the same square inside a group, and, inside this group, there's an—let's say—recolor adjustment layer, my slice goes giant. By the way, I'm not here to complain. If I'm wrong in any claim above, please, correct and teach me how to do it properly. I just wanna keep the work flowing with less brute force.
  5. Now, a nice addition to this would be being able to open groups while navigating with the keyboard. Like up/down to navigate and left/right to open/close groups. I don't know if people use this kind of navigation, but I'm just used to it because of apps like Cinema 4D. It's really handy when you can access any layers and rename them without clicking around. Cinema 4D, actually, should be a reference for menu navigation.
  6. In fact, there are the options. They were working when I clicked in the menu context, but not with the shortcut. I just rewrote them with the same Ctrl + Alt + [ ] and they started working. Thanks, man!
  7. Didn't work, Carl. I tried every combination involving cltr+alt and [ ]. Does it work for you?
  8. Also, still related to organizing the project, if there was a way to navigate through the layers using the up/down arrows would be amazing. For cases like this, that I have to guess which stick is in which position.
  9. Ok, Callum. Thanks for your response. You have no idea how I wish this gets implemented soon!
  10. This is how it looks like at 100%, after "Use precise clipping"
  11. It's already in the best option. I tried both, but no difference in this aspect.
  12. Oh, that solves a lot, Jimmy. Thanks! I still don't see it super smooth, but much better than before. Is there any other config that influences this?
  13. Yeah, it does help. I've been using Photo to invert the mask, but I hope they do implement the elegant way in the near future!
  14. You guys know that if you ctrl+click on a layer image you get it's contour as a selection. That said, in Photoshop, it is possible to ctrl+click on a first layer and ctrl+shift+click on other layers to add to that initial selection. I couldn't do this on AD or AP. Is it possible to be done? Showcase: First I ctrl+click, then I try to ctrl+shift+click on the other layers. SHOWCASING.mp4
  15. Good to know I'm not alone dealing with this bug/lack of feature. I just hope it gets implemented soon! I agree there should be more often updates. There are many small changes to be tweaked.
  16. Hello! So, I've been having some trouble with the pressure curve points. I don't remember if it had also occurred on Designer, but it's pretty common in Photo. I create a line and, when I'm going to set a custom curve, the first and last points are moving in sync. How can I solve this? Sometimes, after lots of clicking, I get them to move individually. Check it out: 2018-09-27_01-00-11.mp4
  17. So, I just realized that clicking once (without dragging) on the end point changes it's mode to sync/no sync. I'm almost always using a wacom, so it's a little harder to click without slightly moving, thus, I didn't realize it before. Anyway, the alt modifier will do it nicely. Thanks for all the answers!
  18. I understood that, but I can't find a way to click on the single dot and "deselect" the other one. I'm not in my pc now, but I'll check it out. I'll write back when I test it out.
  19. Yeah. I agree and already use it a lot to mask/cut/draw stuff.
  20. Hello! How can I create this thin lines, as seen inside the word FAIRNESS and STRONG below? Is it done by hand, with the pen tool?
  21. This method is pretty limited, but it's a nice technique to have in the pocket. Thanks for sharing, firstdefence. Yes, I'm pretty sure by now it was done by hand. I was just wondering if there wouldn't be another way to do it. You are right. The author is Tobias Saul. The man is a beast with lettering and typography. I've just found this video showcasing the process of "Be Strong". Nice workaround, gdenby. This idea is interesting. I might try to improve on it. _____ So, I'll stick to the premise that it's best to do the inner lines by hand, using the pen tool.
  22. Thanks for sharing, hengkidh. This is the method that I also know, but I was wondering if there's any other way to do it, not by hand. I could get close to it using multiple strokes (as layer effect) on photoshop, so I'm trying to find another way in Affinity.
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