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  1. Hello, I am trying to use color #4168F7 and when I use it in Designer, it's completely wrong. In Publisher, however it is correct. I am attaching the color it should be versus how it is appearing in Designer. What is happening?
  2. Hi guys, I can't find a field for entering hex colour codes in Publisher. Same problem Affinity Photo and Designer. Someone can help?
  3. Hi, i would like to ask for a more precise tool to select HSL ranges. I `m usuall finding myself recoloring a lot and the precision would safe a lot of time form masking and etc Changing the values on the wheel is very crude i think. Really hard to nail it tightly down Additionaly i hate when moving external grey circles move the internal ones ;( when i just pinpointed at least one part Maybe there is a way to do it but i cannot find nothing ;( -Piotr
  4. Switching from Ai to AD I work with color, if I want to quickly paste the Hex Color Code which i have saved in my past projects to a current project that i am doing, this is not possible to be entered directly in Color or Swatches mode since the Hex Color Code field is not available in these panes. Refer image attached for ideal placement of Hex# field. It will be ideal just to have the Hex Color Code field present in Color and Swatches panes with out going through a long distance to get to it via Panes->Sliders -> RGB -> RGB Hex Hope this will be updated in the next version of Affinity Designer!
  5. Hey! I'm having problem with Hexa colour, when exporting it ! So when I try to export something with the #808080, it usually becomes #7f7f7f. On my test, the #7f7f7f can become something else To check, I'm using the colour picker inside Firefox. I tried with Gimp too, same crazy result ! The goal was to use it as an alpha channel... in Gimp, because it can export it to a game texture .dds DXT5. The only format that can be ok to export the #808080 was on my case .gif Gray. You will be able to find all my files in the .zip file attached, to check the colour exported, and the .afphoto to be sure ! If gray file, I can't make #808080, or a pure 50% black............. Do I need to understand something I don't know ? Thx for your help ! 808080.7z Here are different export from the same file, you can use the browser colour picker if you want
  6. Hi, how can I see the hexadecimal code from a selected color on my Affinity Photo/Design on iPad? Is it possible? I can't find on forum and on tutorials Thanks
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