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  1. If we had access to the channels on the layer below in the procedural texture filter then I suppose we could create any blend mode. In my limited playing with procedural textures, I can only see a way to reference the current layer.
  2. @abarkalo I suppose a workaround to the edge feathering would be to select the Gaussian blur mask and paint black around the vignetted edge area
  3. I see similar. It doesn't happen (for me) immediately upon painting but it will shutdown the app soon after. I'm on Win 10 Build 18362.
  4. @DanM, I am working through the same process. I setup a test project for a 7x7 softcover with wo documents as Old Bruce mentioned; cover and content. For the cover, I set up a single page and placed guides to show where the gutter/spine would be. Export to PDF as PAGES (not spreads) with bleed. Upload to Blurb: Blurb has options to upload either as a single document or two. I chose two of course. The whole thing went through Blurb's preflight checks at which point you can preview it. I haven't requested a print as yet as I was simply working through the process to see
  5. Hi Chris, Thanks for the reply and the explanation. It's not a problem for me per-se as it's not something I want to do. It was merely an observation I made whilst experimenting. I would like to suggest that the option to inpaint or brush be disabled when this situation is active; that would make more sense. Having the brush effect to be applied in a place that is significantly offset to where the cursor/brush messes with the eyes and brain.
  6. I'm happy to hear it worked though I wasn't the originator of the fix. Thanks go to @drkanukie
  7. For me, the following suggestion made in another thread solved the problem: I'm not sure how to reference other threads so here is the text: "C:\ProgramData\Affinity\Common\1.0\appinfo\Release delete the .appinfo files there and redo the open and close of the newly installed Photo & Designer apps. " Thank you @drkanukie
  8. For me, the following suggesting made in another thread solved the problem: I'm note sure how to reference other threads so here is the text: "C:\ProgramData\Affinity\Common\1.0\appinfo\Release delete the .appinfo files there and redo the open and close of the newly installed Photo & Designer apps. " Thank you @drkanukie
  9. It doesn't work for me either. I am running Windows 10 and have Publisher, Designer and Photo each at version 1.7.1.404. Each has been run several times. When I click the photo persona I get a StudioLink message that tells me that Photo is not installed. Designer linked correctly. I have uninstalled all the beta versions and uninstalled Publisher and Photo then reinstalled everything. Still the same message.
  10. If I apply a perspective live filter to, for example, straighten a building it is not possible to use the Inpainting brush fill exposed part for the canvas. It appears that the brush location is distorted/offset by the same amount of perspective distortion that is applied to the layer. The consequence is that the inpainting doesn't actually appear where one draws with the brush. If the non live perspective filter is used or if the live filter transformed layer is rasterized all is well. Having the perspective live filter active renders the inpainting tool unusable
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