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  1. Well. I suppose that is a better workaround that rasterizing it, but it will still leave the gradient uneditable... I would much prefer if there was any way to just set the layer with the live filter and everything as a mask.
  2. It‘s just a black-to-white gradient with the filter on top.
  3. The problem is that my work actually contains multiple monochromatic layers on top of each other, so I need transparency. This is why the above blend mode workaround (from my initial post) doesn’t work.
  4. But how would rasterizing change that?
  5. That would of course be a workaround, but it would be rasterized to a finite resolution and no longer be editable. In reality, the project is more complex than the above example and moving things around until they look good is important. Yes! It is the first option wheel in the filter‘s menu.
  6. Hi! I have a black and white vector layer which I would like to use as a mask for another. However, Designer always sets it as a clipping path, instead of using black und white for masking. Is there any way to change that behavior, or at least to make all black parts of the layer transparent so can work as a clipping path? The reason behind this is that I‘m trying to rasterize a gradient for a monochrome print. I‘ve prepared a B/W mask using the Halftone Filter: Demo file for the above image: vector mask.afdesign
  7. Hi again Don’t want to annoy, but are there any news about this? Are the Devs aware of the bug?
  8. I'm running iOS 12.1 (at least I do now) on a 10.5" iPad Pro. I just tried closing all apps and rebooting my device, but problem still persists. All I need to do to get the glitchy behaviour is to zoom far enough into the shadow.
  9. Sure! Here is the file from the video, although it does not seem to depend on the specific file. To see the problem, for example just try zooming into the shadow. EDIT: I should also note that I did only observe the issue in Designer, while everything seems to work fine in Photo. perspective.afdesign
  10. Hi! On iPad, I‘ve imported a document from Photo to Designer in order to have a live effect layer for the perspective filter. However, It renders not as expected: updates do not seem to happen until the canvas is moved and especially at higher zoom levels some parts are not rendered at all. To me, it seems like the renderer renders only a smaller area than it should. Here is an example video with the live filter applied to a text layer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnmkbjunkA8 The issue exists for pixel layers, too, but seems less prominent. I hope this will get fixed, because I don‘t see any other way to create the kind of text shadow effect as shown in the video. Best regards, fii
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