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  1. Are you using the latest release version? YES (2.0.4) but problem is also in version 2.1 beta Can you reproduce it? YES Does it happen for a new document? If not do you have a document you can share that shows the problem? YES What is your operating system and version (Windows 11, OSX Ventura, iOS 16 etc)? Windows 11 / 22H2 What happened for you (and what you expected to happen) Please open any program and take screenshot of its window with alt-print for clipboard. Paste this image from clipboard to a new image in Photo 2.0.4 ("New from clipboard" / "Neu aus Zwischenablage"). Then the new image is not pasted correct on left side (see image). Screenshots (very handy) or a screen capture/video. See image below. Did this same thing used to work and if so have you changed anything recently? (software or hardware) Nothing changed.
  2. Using "New From Clipboard" pastes a captured screenshot incorrectly in Affinity Photo 2.0.3. In the below example, when copying & pasting a full-screen Command Prompt window, part of the scrollbar on the right-hand side of the image gets shifted to the left-hand side when pasted (3 pixels). The left bit also moves up 1 pixel (so the bottom-left corner ends up with 3×1 pixel transparent area). Screenshot A: Steps to reproduce: 1) Take a full-screen screenshot by pressing the "Print Screen" (PrtScn) button on the keyboard. It doesn't make a difference what's screen captured – I chose a Command Prompt window because a dark window with a light scrollbar makes the issue clearer to see. 2) Then either: a) Go to [File > New From Clipboard] b) Or go to [File > New > FHD 1080p] and then [Edit > Paste] 3) View the left and right edges of the pasted screenshot. The image has shifted when pasting. When pasting the captured screenshot into Microsoft Paint, the pasted image is OK and not shifted. Therefore, Windows seems to be copying it to clipboard correctly and Microsoft Paint seems to be pasting it from clipboard correctly. When using the [Windows Key + PrtScn] shortcut keys to save the screenshot directly to %UserProfile%\Pictures\Screenshots as a PNG file, the image is also OK and not shifted. This issue occurs in Affinity Photo 2.0.3.1688. I'm pretty certain it didn't occur in Affinity Photo 2.0.0.1640. Initially I was thinking that this could be a Windows bug, however as it works correctly in Microsoft Paint, I think there is something else going on here. Animation showing shifted edges: Pasted Edges.mp4 Example files: Example files.zip ----- Windows 10 22H2 (19045.2364) 1920×1080 monitor. Windows display scaling set to "100% (recommended)"
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