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  1. I have made a selection and copied it via the channels to its own pixel layer. How can I copy this selection, or any other, into another photo?
  2. Hello, I am facing a problem when I copy a selection of an object and create a new file but file size is not same as copy of the object. this is different... and the same problem with PRINT SCAN. I hope you got my point. Thanks!
  3. I´m new to Affinoity Photo and I´m looking for a possibility to copy a selection from one photo into a selected area in another one. In Photoshop it is just called 'copy into selection', where it is masked by the selected area. Every time I try this the copied selection is placed onto the background layer, where it is fixed.
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