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I have run into a small almost non-issue. At my place of employment we use utilize custom made name plates. I make them for a lot of people. Generally, I print them on card stock, and then trim them down using a paper cutter. Problem is, sometimes I don't cut exactly perfect. To make them fit in the holders sometimes requires a lot of manual trimming at the end. This led me to do some searching on Google about full bleed prints. While I knew of full bleed before, I never thought about treating these name plates in a similar manner. So today, I create a document with many art boards. I include a bleed of 0.125 inches (1/8"). I attempt to print one of the art boards with the bleed marks, and the print does not have a bleed area. I see the bleed mark, but the color does not go into the bleed area. I created a new file, added bleed marks, and it did print into the bleed area. I have noticed through numerous test it seemed to affect art boards, despite having a bleed set. Is this a bug, or "working as designed"? Does any body know how to not have this happen? Thanks in advance, Robby
I have an Affinity Designer document with 5 artboards. A bleed of 0.2" has also been set and the bleed line is showing for each artboard. When I print an artboard directly from Affinity Designer and checkmark "Include bleed", the bleed is actually not printed. It also does not show in the print preview screen. Am I doing something wrong?