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  1. Below is the link to a video using the inpainting tool where the picture canvas size increase and then you take part of the picture and draw on the transparent part and the steps were to Edit>Fill>inpainting>apply which will fill transparent with the part that you included in the selection matching the color overlapping to fill in the transparent area. I have tried numerous times to follow the video and when I follow them the transparent area does not fill in. It would be so nice if I could learn the correct way to do this but every time I try the transparent area does not pick up the selected part of the original picture to extend into the transparent layer. I am working on the original layer and cannot see why this is not working? By the way I increase the canvas size equally all the way around the picture and then tried using the inpainting tool to fill in the transparent part. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyfZHa8E0Xg Don S
  2. In Serif Photoplus 8 in the macro selection they had a border macro that was very easy to run and use. I would like to know how to retrieve it and add it to Affinity in Windows 10. DonS
  3. I have been using just below the ruler or that area and dragging down a horizontal line and can do several and from sides dragging across vertical lines. All of a sudden they are not working. I have search and cannot find out how to get them working again.
  4. I would like the steps for changing the toggle key of black to white and then go back to white to black.You might have red and blue showing. I don't know if a shortcut key can do this or if a macro can be written to do it. If I want to change to white to reveal or black to not reveal I could just hit say Shft D or some key to switch them back to the original black & white. I tried it in shortcut key but it only works one way or could not figure out how to make it work both ways. DonS
  5. Hi I just downloaded Affinity Photo Public Beta for Windows, and im running Windows 10 Pro x64! So, when i double click to open the app, shows the Affinity's Photo splash screen and then the cursor freezes, my other monitor becomes half blue, and the system hangs until i hard reset it with the reset button. System info: OS Name: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Version 10.0.14393 Build 14393 Motherboard: Asus P8Z77-V LX2 Processor: Intel® Core i7-3770K CPU @ 3.50GHz, BIOS Version/Date: American Megatrends Inc. 2501, 2/9/2014 RAM: 2 x 8GB DDR3 Geil Snapdragon PC3-12800 Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 Hard Disks: SSDs [ 2 x 180GB Kingston SV300S37A120G | 1 x 80GB Intel SSDSA2M080G2GC ] HDDs [ 1 x 120GB Fujitsu MHZ2120BH G2 | 1 x 240GB Hitachi HTS543225L9A300 | 1 x 80GB Seagate ST980811AS ] Power Supply: Corsair 750Watts CX750M
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