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  1. I hve installed 1,6.4 Photo for Windows. If I now crop an image, then click on Clip Canvas, (to get rid of the invisible parts), it then unclips it, restoring the unclipped image. Layer > Rasterize does have the desired effect. John
  2. I've searched the forums but not found any answers, or maybe the lack of an answer is the answer... It seems AD does not have the "Clip Canvas" command? Is this correct? I see where this feature is directly supported in AP under Document | Clip Canvas. Is there a simple workaround to achieve this in AD? Thanks, MJ
  3. Hi everyone, I noticed that clip canvas and unclip canvas are doing the same thing in Photo. (I'm using the latest beta - late August, 2015) They both extend the canvas to the pixels that are outside the canvas. Clip canvas should just get rid of those pixels that remain outside the document canvas.

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