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  1. Hey, just found some annoying things within the Serif Affinity Suit, regardless if Publisher, Designer or Photo. - Valid for the versions 1.10.5.x on windows 10. Whats the case? I wanted to create a document in publisher with the dimensions 63x88mm (300dpi). The export as PDF (High Quality) standard setting showed up in slighty different dimensions, 63,1x88,1mm. Searching for hidden bleed or wrong pixel layers, nothing to be found. Curious, I used some online converter and set up a new document, this time in the pixel dimension of 744x1039 (300dpi). This exported just fine as 63x88mm pdf! Investigation / Recreation: Set up a new doc in milimeter 63x88 (300dpi) without bleed change the the doc-settings to pixel see the dimensions as of 744,1x1039,4 Export as PDF (High Quality) results in 63,1x88,1mm --- Set up a new doc in pixel 744x1039 (300dpi) without bleed change the the doc-settings to milimeter see the dimensions as of 63x88mm Export as PDF (High Quality) results in 63,0x88,0mm So, while this isn't particularly technically wrong, further this might not be a bug, but it is annoying af. Bonus: When setting slices of different ArtBords (pixel-alignment deactivated) in the Export Persona of Affinty Designer, the slices often vary in size, since a slice cannot? have decimal digits. e.g. my 1080p sample docs often have the size of 1081x1921. Conclusion: I guess, the internal calculation and rounding is either too accurate or just odd and off.
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