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  1. hi all, i snapped a photo from an exhibition which i wanted to correct to request a print. while doing this i noticed something weird - the perspective filter becomes quite unusable after a crop. steps to reproduce: open image crop significantly try to (slightly) correct perspective find the "handles" of the perspective tool FAR outside the visible canvas area (see attached images for illustration). my question: is there a way to anchor the perspective handles around the visible canvas, and NOT around the "original" image dimensions? you can guess that being somewhat precise is quite impossible if you basically work with a "thumbnail" sized image during the perspective correction ... thanks in advance! axel.
  2. Good Evening, I'm on the trial version at the moment; comparing Photoshop 2019 (subscription). I haven't found a 'replace' function in th Affinity version. Just not looking in the correct area? Wondering about the possibility of increase the font size in the User Interface. Is it adjustable? Noticed I have to reselect measurement settings in Resizing Document with each image: pixel, inches... It's crashed once so far. Perhaps, I have to many things open. Perspective Warp seems buggy. Works on a couple of images then doesn't. Have to export and reopen to make the adjustment. I'm wondering if it is after a specific sequence of operations that causes the glitch. Any feedback is welcome. Thanks
  3. Hey guys, I know that Perspective Warp/Distortion is on the roadmap, but I was just wondering if we could have some sort of update on the progress - a peek behind the development curtain so to say. Any news on upcoming features & updates would be greatly appreciated. Keep up the amazing work!
  4. Hello, I have one (or two ;)) suggestions: Function: perspective warp or transformation 1) Keeping the proportions while dragging an anker point of the perspective warp tool. 2) And oppositely not keeping while pressing and holding the shift key. I like the way how to transform in Affinity Photo without "cmd & T" or "cmd & F". When I use move tool, I can easily transform. The proportions will be keeped automatically. And with holding the "shift"-key, the free transformation without proportions is possible. A different way compared to other softwares. I like it! But it is not logical, that this system doesn't work with the perspective warp. It would be fine, when it would work there in the same way. I provided a YouTube-Tutorial to the topic "transformation". Ciao Jack Bauer Berlin, Germany https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUm1DY2i_R4
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