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  1. I think you should do section by section, doing operations like combining curves or converting all at once never works out too well for me.
  2. If you don't select to rasterize them in PDF settings, they will not export.
  3. Same thing. Start from the bottom going up. Apply a black mask on 2nd, 3rd and further images, use a white brush to reveal parts of the image that you like.
  4. If you absolutely need a distinct group layer label, color them yellow or something. You go through the trouble of naming everything, so tag them with color while you are at it. I would prefer to have a little stronger indentation when it comes to hierarchy, but it is literally polishing the 98% -> 99% in terms of quality while I work with Coreldraw in the office, which is Windows 98 user experience... I guess I would agree that (Group) at the end of the layer name is not effective, perhaps we could have an icon between the thumbnail and name, a small folder icon.
  5. Ok, I can confirm that ALT + HOLD RMB (or release after holding LMB) + HOLD LMB works, but there is no reason to have it this way.
  6. Reading that ALT + RMB is supposed to give the drag-control to the brush settings, but it doesn't work. Can someone confirm that it ever worked on Windows?
  7. Hi, I would like to ask for the Brush settings shortcut, which is fairly standard on many apps like Photoshop or Substance Painter. If you hold CTRL and Right Mouse Button, you can change brush size moving the mouse horizontally and brush hardness moving the mouse vertically. I think Photo is lacking a fast brush adjustment shortcut and tapping [ ] is not a fluid workflow, it is very primitive and slow.
  8. Hi, I am looking for a way to make A4 multi-page brochures and booklets. Printing is on spreads, basically A3 sheets, but the order of the pages has to be like in the image, so when they stack and bind it, they are sequential and correct on paper. I would like to know if there is a function to work with the regular page order in Publisher, but export the final print with the printing sequence automatically. If not, what is the next best workflow for keeping the document normal for work/previews, but exporting it with a specific sequence for print?
  9. I am not the only one who dislikes this, this is counter-efficient and the end result is making me want to go to another app for any work which requires color-iteration. LORD GIVE ME THE POWER TO LOCK THE COLOR WHEEL OR HSL AND SAVE ME FROM THIS SATANIC TINT. (38mb gif, so download it because google isn't powerful enough to play it) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RJFaeQtuG6gmcVllJYoxqZ4xA6FfYL0l/view?usp=sharing
  10. Yay, I helped to find a problem! Now, for my reward, I demand the ability to use global colors without the color-picker always reverting to the tint. PLEASE, is there something I can do to get it? I am doing car wraps and this one quirk is killing the workflow
  11. Yeah, the problem does not exist in the today's version of Beta. The snapping was also causing it in the previous Beta. Good Job!
  12. Hi, I have the same problem in both Photo and Designer betas. The CTRL and drag (which duplicates the item into a new position) is busted. It will spawn multiple copies of the same items, and it will not even go into the tool pipe (no history action, undo leaves them). I can confirm that this is not a keyboard/PC issue, it always works correctly in the 1.6 version. Here is a gif of how it works:
  13. The builder does not accept smaller scale. It seems to be either a fixed pixel scale, or bigger. None of my inputs (1/4, 0.25, 0,25) were accepted
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