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  1. Try this: once ready to flatten and export, duplicate the background, use Effects to 'outline' (you'll need to click on the gear icon to open full use) and use it just like stroking the border in photoshop. Just remember to flatten the layers after the first border. So, effects> outline set to 'inside' white for (say) 7px. Flatten. effects>outline set to 'inside' black for 5px. Or whatever... and now we can make a macro! And for lots of images use Batch processing. Of course if you want you can keep all your layers and use what was called Stamp Visible... choices...
  2. I'm an old Photoshop user but have always been irritated by their monopolistic pricing, and I know many camera club people feel the same. So I'm putting together an 'Anything but Photoshop' talk/demonstration to take around clubs in South Wales and the borders, including ON1 Raw, Smart Photo Editor, PSP and of course Affinity Photo (my favourite). I'm chewing through the splendid videos at the moment. Any other resource ideas? Things to say?
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