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  1. What are the quality & usage purpose differences between exporting an image via document format & 8bit rgb? They both appear to be jpgs. I'm uploading to an image site I sell my work on - thanks! Adan
  2. Hi When i try to export any image to PNG-8 (dithered), the program stalls and won't export. I have tried to leave it during lunch time, and remais as is. I have to cancel and then an error comes. When i export to 24bit, it goes OK, but at 8bit... nothing. Prove at attached files.
  3. When exporting GIF / PNG 8 bit image which have a text layer, the colour of the text object will bleed over other object underneath. I've prepared a version with dramatic curve applied to show the problem. This bug makes GIF / PNG 8bit export totally useless. color_bleeding.afdesign
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