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  1. Hi, I've been using Designer for a while now, It's a great product which provides a quick turnaround on designs. However I often find myself requiring to create pixel art for 2D game projects which use either TGA or PNG formats with very small resolutions. The Nearest Neighbour option for filter comes close, but it causes some aliasing on edges, which needs to manually be fixed in a raster editor, which makes things time consuming. Would it be possible to add an export option with zero filtering to avoid pixel bleed and get crisp pixels?
  2. When typing text in a Photoshop document, there is a popup available that displays the following anti-aliasing options: None Sharp Crisp Strong Smooth The addition of these would make Affinity Photo's type handling even more powerful. Thanks.
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