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  1. This is how I set up the test file. To exaggerate the result, I duplicated several saturation adjustment layers. Afphoto file provided in the attachment. bug.afphoto
  2. Hi, If I print some text in my Affinity Publisher document using Artistic Text Tool, like the example attached, is there a way using - for instance - Adjustments that I can invert the image so that the black becomes white and the white becomes black(or any other colour)? What I want to achieve is having the same word in the same font on top of each other as Artistic Text and achieve a 2 colour font. I want it to remain a font because I will need to update it regularly using data. Any suggestions appreciated, Thanks Allan
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