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  1. AP is great, but for pixel art it's lacking a very basic feature: a nearest neighbor/hard pixel scale mode option when scaling layers, objects and text. Right now AP is not suitable for retaining the look of pixel art when working with layers and text, and would make a great addition since it's already so good at everything else!
  2. I’m working on pixel art and am looking for a way to rotate images using the nearest neighbor resampling algorithm. Currently, rotating pixel art gets smoothed and anti-aliased too much. The mesh warp filter lets you pick nearest neighbor and works well for pixel art. Is there something like that for rotation?
  3. In Affinity Photo (1.4.2) when resizing a document with Document > Resize Document… it would be of great help if the Resample option would ether remind the last set option or be set to Bicubic or Lanczos as standard and not „Nearest Neighbor”. Maybe I’m wrong, but most of the people using Affinity Photo work on photos where „Nearest Neighbor” is the baddest of all resample algorithm. :-)
  4. Hello! I just want to know if there is a way to modify, for example a 16x pixels selection and using the move tool, or the transforming tool, using Nearest Neighbor and not other stuff. There is a way to configure that?

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