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  1. I just downloaded the free trial to try this program out and I opened a full resolution flattened .tiff and this is how it opened. Any ideas? I tried other .tiff as well with the same problem.
  2. Well, Very Slightly, otherwise its no real big deal: Just imported Tiff with a transparent background and Lo and behold, no transparent background. Just learned that Affinity Publisher does not support transparency in Tiff images based on a comment from another source stating that some applications do not allow transparency with Tiff. I'll just have to png it I suppose, no problem. But anyoone know why publisher developers have not done this? Is it a huge coding job or something? Just curiosity.
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