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  1. I've seen something similar posted before without solution or mention that this will remain this way or if this is something that will get a solution: I have the option to disable dithering enabled, though this appears to only impact the viewport, which looks as I'd expect, and not the file exports. Is there any way to disable this when writing to a file? My current workaround here is to script out the transitions in Illustrator as rects per color value, then copy/paste them back into Designer, but the more I have to do this in a drawing the more it pushes me back to an application I'd like to be off of. I think dithering as the default makes a lot of sense, I just wish there was a way to disable this. Is there something I'm missing? This currently puts a major kink in our overall workflow as the dithering negatively affects the final result. I understand from an aesthetic perspective the dithered edges may be more ideal, but the ideal in our case is the banding. Thanks!
  2. Hello, I'm on Windows 10, Affinity Designer, but exactly same issue on Affinity Photo When making a gradient from transparent white to a solid black over a blank transparent document, there is some black pixels noise. This only happen with transparent document. Same issue in Affinity Photo. Same issue with older versions. Why an issue ? : This is a big one because I craft textures for video games, especially for shaders and I need perfect continuity, and precise values. The noise is made of pure black and white (opposite) in this case. I also need textures to be perfectly tillable so noise is an issue. I need the gradient tool to be reliable. Open Affinity Designer Create a new document Document Setup>check transparent background create a transparent rectangle to fill the image. trace a gradient with the fill tool in the middle of the screen. From Transprent White to solid Black. export to PNG or TGA If you open the image, the RGB channels have black noise at the begin of the transprent gradient. I tried with other software, and they export a clean output. Also not format depend. Thank you NoiseGradientIssue.tga GradientIssue.afdesign
  3. Is it possible to truly disable dithering for gradients? I only found the option in the performance settings, which is however limited to the preview rather than the final result. Meaning as soon as the gradient/s in question are rasterised the dithering is back on, which leads to undesirable results. (Preview) (Rasterized/Exported)
  4. Hello, I've taken a simple gray gradient from Illustrator with the following problem: If I export the Gradient as PNG (@ 1x, @ 2x, @ 3x), AD creates huge files (1Mb, 4MB, 9MB), in Illustrator are the sizes (61KB, 176KB, 340KB). Enclosed the file information AI <> AD and the AD document. What can I do or what am I doing wrong? :-) Gerhard Grauverlauf_1680x1050.afdesign
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