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  1. Steps to reproduce: Open Photoshop (using 22.5.0) and create a new document and a new layer Set the new layer blend mode to Linear Burn Save the document as a PSD file, close Photoshop to save RAM 😁 Open Affinity Photo and import the PSD saved above Check the layer, instead of being set to Linear Burn, it's set to Multiply This does not happen with any other blend mode. All others are imported as expected. Thanks!
  2. I know that it's possible to do some tricks with using a copy of the layer one wants to apply a blend mode shape's effect to (optionally kept synchronized with the symbol feature) as a mask for the blend mode shape, but that's circuitous (and somewhat lag-inducing when that means copying complex layers) and is a lot of effort for something that workflow-wise should probably be fairly simple, so it makes me feel that I'm probably missing something when it comes to the correct way of doing this. To clarify, let's say I have a shape A that I want to apply a shadow to using shape B (which has its blend mode set to Multiply), but I don't want shape B's darkening effect to apply to any part of shape C, which is beneath A. Do I need to make shape B match shape A's, well, shape perfectly (either via use of a copy of shape A as a mask, or via manual editing), or is there a trick to get Affinity Designer to ignore the effects of shape B on shape C, which is outside of the A-B group? Below is a picture showing the situation, with shape A being the green circle, shape B being the darkened circle above it, and shape C being the red rectangle; left is what happens if I don't edit the shape down (regardless of use of groups), right is what I would like to have happen.
  3. I use a layer group, with one black layer covering the whole image and one smaller white rectangle with gaussian blur, with multiply on the layer group to create a vignette. I have found that this causes Photo to run high CPU and become unusable and I have to close the program. This happens on multiple photographs but if I repeat on a new blank image it appears to work. I suspect it is something to do with the fact I have a photo which of course has multiple colours and the gaussian blur with the multiply option on the group, because if I don't have the gaussian blur it appears to work ok. It can happen as soon as I create the layer group, or sometimes it is when I adjust the size of the inner rectangle (the one with the blur). This problem happens every time I try this. This worked perfectly before upgrading to 1.9.0.932.
  4. 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
  5. I am at Page 82 of the Affinity Designer Workbook and followed the instructions to change the Inner Glow layer effect from Normal to Multiply, Screen, etc... but I don't see any change happening. I have a couple of questions: 1) Where can I see the 2 colors that should take part in the blending effect? I only see one gradient color in the Eyeball layer. 2) What should I see by changing the Blend mode in the Workbook example?
  6. I'm trying to create a portrait with other images showing through the image (Double Exposure Effect?) I seem to be struggling with the layer mask side of things adding in multiple textures to achieve the effect. Please can anyone assist me? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks PP
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