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RenWaller

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  1. Thank you @walt.farrell, I know I'm in Publisher, but I was unsure of whether to put this problem in the Publisher forum or the Photo forum. Also, I didn't see that opacity before. I think that may be my issue. Thank you!
  2. I am in Photo from StudioLink, and as you can see the paintbrush is selected, the color white is selected, and the mask layer is selected, but both the black and the white colors mask out the image, and the white doesn't paint the image back. (Where his mouth should be is where I have the brush.) At first I thought it was user error, but then it started happening again and I thought, "maybe I haven't lost my mind." Is it just me or is this buggy?
  3. Wow @lacerto! Thanks for that! I didn't even know live filters existed until this thread; those are wonderful. Thank you!
  4. Wow, thank you @lacerto! That's immensely helpful! How did you you accomplish the restricted Gaussian blur? Is that from the Photo live filter library? (If so how does that work? I have several other pages that have shadows, and I would like to know how to recreate that; other than copy+paste.)
  5. Hey @thomaso, The logo was linked/embedded, but then I just copied the vector paths straight from the logo file as a workaround. It didn't help. The "Shapes" group is just a bunch of polygons grouped together. So generally, the layers are just curves and shapes...which is one reason it doesn't make sense. Does that help? Some of the layers have blending modes, some of them don't, but the random boxes are indiscriminately "applied." Also, I noticed wherever I try and use the "shadow" ellipse elsewhere in the document, if it's not on a white background, there is a box. YPT Presentation Title Page.afpub
  6. @EmT, rasterizing nothing made it worse. @thomaso, rasterizing everything did help, but the layers themselves were 1) a simple vector (the logo) and 2) an ellipse with the gaussian blur effect. (But it also happens when I hide that shape and it's just the vector cubes.) Pretty standard, non-special layers.
  7. Hello, I am attempting to design a presentation, and I'm seeing boxes that are not supposed to be there. There's one around the logo and there's one around the shadow I created at the bottom. This happens when I export to PDF for print and for web, and even when I designed it in a new document. Any thoughts as to why? Solutions? Thank you!
  8. It appears that this is still an issue in the MAC version of 1.10.1 :+(
  9. Hello, I am trying to place one Affinity Publisher file into a different file, and only part of it places (it cuts off the other part). I've tried resizing the canvas, but that doesn't seem to help. Is there something I'm missing or a way to fix this? Thank you in advance!
  10. Weird. I used the table tool and no letters or numbers showed up. But I tried again today and it's working now. So I guess my question is now irrelevant. Thank you for your time!
  11. Thanks @Old Bruce, I really appreciate the feedback. The attached image is what I see when I select rows and right click. There is no letter or number there. (There used to be, but I figured they took that away in an update. Did they?) Any thoughts? Thank you!
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