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Greetings, Affinity Photo 2.0.3 Steps to reproduce: Take any raster layer, 8bit, sRGB Add Live Filter "Gaussian Blur" with eg. 10 px radius Change the opacity of Live Filter to 1% Change blending mode of Live Filter to "Overlay" Until now, everything seems to be fine. You are seeing an almost unmodified layer content. Now, change the Live Filter opacity from 1% to 0% First bug: Despite that blur itself is actually not visible, obviously the image is being applied to itself in Overlay blending mode, while You should be seeing unaltered image. For reference, You may want to convert the document to CMYK FOGRA39, and check there (it behaves correctly). You are still in sRGB. Grab the "Radius" slider and move it randomly. Image is being divided into semi-random areas, similar to screenshot below. Try to "merge" the Live Filter. The artefacts are likely to be embedded into layer pixels. This procedure takes "gaussian blur" as an example. Same glitchy beaviour occurs also when using different Live Filters. KR,
Affinity Photo brush editor seems complete although it requires a pair of important blending modes similar to the existing "darker color" but allowing to cover transparent pixels; these new modes could be called, for instance, mix if less transparent (or mix if more opaque) and replace if less transparent (or replace if more opaque) or something shorter. If you don't understand the above explanation or think it is not important then try to repeat the same pencil hatching I did in the uploaded video, and you will come to the conclusion that it is not possible to get such a smooth and easily controllable hatching in Affinity Photo. I hope these 2 options will be added in future releases, they're so convenient and easy to implement. Thanks for paying attention. pencil-hatching.mp4
When I export PSD and open it, group layer's blending mode become Normal even though it was set to Pass Through.
Hi everyone... i have some problem exporting an object that have shadow using AD 1.7.3. Basically i have setted the blending mode of the shadow to Multiply and if i try to export the output seems to have blending mode setted to Normal. This is what the document looks like with blending mode setted to Multiply: This is the exported version: To avoid the problem i have to set the blending mode to Normal and try to get the right darken shadow color. Export_with_Shadow.afdesign