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  1. Thank you for the explanation. This is exactly what I expected. I was hoping there was a way to get the Retina display or Affinity Photo to adjust to compensate show "half-retina" view so I could at least work WYSIWYG for web browsers. As it is, I cannot see well enough to do sharpening at 100%. I would hate to think that I have to give up a career in design because of the technology.
  2. I am new to Affinity Photo, after having used Adobe Photoshop for years. I am editing images for a website, mainly cropping and sharpening. I realized that 100% view in Affinity Photo is half the size of what I see when the image is placed on the web page. If I zoom to 200%, the image appears the same size as on the web page. This is a problem because sharpening doesn't work well at 200% view and at 100% view, the image is too small for me to see details, and determine how it will appear when it is placed on the page. Is there a way to configure AP to accurately represent what I will see in my web browser at 100%? Screensnaps below - somehow they doubled in size when I pasted them here, so imagine them half this size. Actual size is supposed to be 514px wide Screensnap 1 - Affinity Photo Screensnap 2 - Same image, exported as .png, placed in web page