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  1. HI Guys Does anyone know how I can stop affinity photo jumping the size of the pics on screen all the time. I have to continually click "Actual Size" all the time. Its getting rather annoying now :-( Also when "Resampling" a pic or for Affinity "Resize Document" can Affinity possibly put in a Percentage to scale to. Its nice to have instead of inserting pixel sizes all the time. Thanks, so far enjoying this new product that i purchased yesterday.
  2. In photoshop I regularly used the feature trim transparent pixels so that my image would only contain the parts that were actually being used. Is there a feature like this in Affinity Designer?
  3. Hi, I am trying to export a jpeg version of a file I have been working on. There doesn't seem to be a simple way of exporting the file at its actual pixel dimensions. Rather I have to manually enter the file size in pixels which seems a faff. I'm sure with earlier versions of the beta I could simply leave the pixel size fields blank and it would export at native size? Many thanks.
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