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  1. Would be nice if you could add flipped view mode. (like mirror image that just showing flipped image without changing the document status, not flipped layer or canvas) Photoshop and some painting software such as ClipStudioPro has this.
  2. Hi. Is there a way, in AD, to invoke real-time mirroring, such that when I add objects to one side of one or more (grid- or user-defined) lines, it's mirror object(s) is displayed on the other side of the line(s)? There is scattered mention of mirroring in other comments, but I can't find mention of this feature, if it exists. Real-time mirroring would be great when creating symmetric images, such as the initial drafting of human faces, custom symmetric symbols, etc. Thanks.
  3. I was playing around with the mirror filter and really liked it. However nearly always when I found a cool pattern it's off center. Is there a way to center the mirror without getting the canvas like in my image. Basically the problem is that the filter is moving the mirror but I would like to have the mirror static in the middle and move the picture instead. Is there a different option I'm not aware of?
  4. Hi! Drawing using symmetry and mirroring works fine, there's a tiny bit of slow down sometimes, but nothing too serious. But drawing using only symmetry is a lot slower, to the point is almost unusable. I find it odd since I'd presume both functions would work the same. See the attached video for a visual sample of the issue. Happens on an iPad Pro 9.7" (2016) with the latest iPadOS (13.3.1) and latest Affinity Designer (1.7.3). Thanks! RPReplay_Final1580374739.mp4
  5. How can I easily "mirror" or "reflect" an object in Affinity Designer? Also In Adobe Illustrator there are many Effects (Dropdown Menu) to choose from Adobe Illustrator > Effects > Warp > Arc How can I choose a certain Effect in Affinity Designer I want to Warp an object or grouped object to give it an Arc (curved) appearance ? Thx
  6. Hello, first I'm very happy to see amongst other things that it's possible to rotate a brush - wonderful! But I don't see a possibility to mirror a brush which would be very useful. Please put in this with a next update! Greetings Martin
  7. The crabs say hi...
  8. Any discussions, tutorials or videos describing the mirror process with Affinity Designer?
  9. Hi! I am quite new to the world of design and I'd like to pursue it as a hobby. I found out about affinity designer and i LOVE it so far. However I've noticed q lot of times while playing around with it, that sometimes the "snap" does not properly work, or at least I might not use it properly and therefore always do the same mistake: Whenever I create a symmetrical image, I first create half of the grafic and then copy paste and mirror it to get the image I want. In 90% of the cases though, I end up with the shapes not being perfectly together and it results in a gap between the images.
  10. Hi when I open an ORF into Photo I get half the original image duplicated. Please see attached screen dump from my Mac.
  11. I've noticed there's a couple of features that prevent me from using Affinity Designer instead of illustrator. When I'm making a logo or illustration for that matter a lot of the time it calls for symmetry. Illustrator has a mirror tool that makes it easy to accomplish, though I think it can still be improved upon. I was hoping that you guys would consider making a 'live symmetry' mode. Similar to your 2 window mode split mode (one outline and one regular). I know I'll probably get people telling me you can accomplish this using a longer method but the fact of the matter is when I do it never
  12. Hi there, I'm guessing I'm not seeing the obvious here, but I'm not seeing the ability to symmetrically paint. I can mirror layers and selection just fine, but I'd like to be able to mirror across a specific or multiple axes as I paint. Is that feature available? Thanks, Alec
  13. I am fairly new to Affinity so struggling a bit here, all I want to do is add mirrored edges along all four sides of a photo for printing on to canvas preferably with a blur so that the image wraps around the frame seamlessly, I am sure there is a way but I struggling with this, all the ways I have tried have been successful to a point but I am sure there must be a simpler way. Can anybody help? Mark
  14. I tried the filter "Mirroring" (Spiegeln).
  15. It would be very useful to be able to set a reference point when mirroring objects.
  16. Hello I am trying to duplicate one image into 4 even parts on my layer. I am not trying to split the image - rather have the image duplicated evenly into 4 or multiple parts Thank you kindly -Cunningham
  17. Would be great to have some function for create in real time specular shapes. If for example I have to create a spaceship or other technical shapes, like this example or this Maya have some similar function, so as I tested you should be able to decide when the function is on and off, as you can create all the structure with this method, and for example decide to change some vectorial particular to one of the sides.
  18. Hello, I just found 2 translation errors on Affinity Photo Version1.5.1.54. 1) In the "Filters" menu, "Haze Removal" has been translated to French as "Suppression du Flou". "Flou" means "Blur" in English. The translation should be: Either "Suppression du Voile" or "Suppression de la Brume". 2) Also in "Filters / Distort" there is the "Mirror" function which has been translated into "Recopier". The French translation must be "Miroir". Besides, the translation is good in the function panel. Thank you for your attention.
  19. Hello, I just found 2 translation errors on Affinity Photo Version1.5.1.54. 1) In the "Filters" menu, "Haze Removal" has been translated to French as Suppression du Flou". "Flou" means "Blur" in English. The translation should be: Either "Suppression du Voile" or "Suppression de la Brume". 2) Also in "Filters / Distort" there is the "Mirror" function which has been translated into "Recopier". The French translation must be "Mirror". Besides, the translation is good in the function panel. Thank you for your attention.
  20. The following workflow generates a wrong result: - open a jpg image - 'Anordnen'->'Vertikal Spiegeln' (German caption) - Open Liquify Persona - Use 'Move left' or 'Move forward' => Watch the result inside Liquify Persona - Click 'Anwenden' (German caption) => Watch the result in Photo Persona The performed liquify will be shown in the opposite direction
  21. Dear Forum Member, I want to mirror a isometric Shape (picture) in 30° Axis (red line). The usual Mirror function only works Horizontal and Vertical. Know anyone how to do that? Thanks for help. Matthias
  22. I will use this thread for all of my future feature requests, unless my requests fit in under an already posted thread, in which case I will post/reply to that thread. If you see any requests that have already been posted somewhere or are already being worked on, let me know and I will update this thread! Requests 2016-11-24 (Affinity 1.5.0.36): A fill/flood tool for the vector part of Affinity. Ex: If clicked on an empty canvas it would create a shape of the canvas with no stroke, only a fill with the currently selected color. Seems to be worked on already, according to the roadmap!
  23. Hello, new user here. I love the program - many of things that I took many steps to do in AI I can do in just a few in AD! I'm loving it! One feature that stands out is mirroring. If you could please add mirroring around - say the centerpoint of a shape. That way one can be sure that the mirrored object is equidistant from a "horizon" point! Much appreicated!
  24. Love to be able to copy single nodes, line segments, or a selection of nodes – including the exact geometry of any curve handles – and then paste it/them into the front node an open curve. With the option of pasting its mirror version – vertical, horizontal, or both. It is very hard to manually make a curve exactly match another one. Repeatability is crucial for precise work. Snapping control handles (when they arrive) will sure help, but copy/paste of any of a curve's (or shape's) selected bits would be supremo! You can easily copy an entire curve/shape, but not parts of one.
  25. Hello folks, great thanks for developing such a fantastic app! In my current workflow i create the right half of an object with the pen-tool. Then, i copy/paste it and mirror it immediately. After repositioning it (thanks for the guidelines :lol:) i want to join/combine these two curves. But every curve has it separate start- and endpoint. Combining two closed curves works great with the union function. But if they are not closed .... My question is: How can i combine these curves to one single curve for later use with gradients, etc. Or is my workflow not right? Do i have to do i
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