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Affinity Designer v1.8.4 on macOS: I have noticed that when placing Adjustment Layer on top of other layers, bleed is not preserved when exported to PDF. You can see that in the attached example. Just export it to PDF with bleeds on. Thanks! Petr crop-issue.afdesign crop-issue.pdf
Bug: as soon as I add a filter ie Brightness/Contrast the PDF export does make the bleed a white area. Settings with bleed in export being correct: Export with filter enabled and incorrect bleed export: Please see source .afdesign used attached affinity-bug.afdesign
Hello! I am having issues with Affinity Designer not exporting the crop marks properly on a booklet I'm trying to send to print. The bleeds are not working properly. Each finished page is 7" x 10" and I am trying to export bleeds and crop marks at .125" around each edge. I tried transforming each page to 7.25 x 10.25 thinking maybe I had to take account of the bleeds in the page size, but that didn't seem to work either. I made sure to 'include bleeds' when exporting. I am on a tight timeline to send to print and I am unable to fix this myself. Is anyone able to help?
Troubleshooting this really had me pulling my hair out. I've found that adding an adjustment layer above the layers I want "adjusted" causes my bleed to not export when exporting as PDF. However, when I apply the adjustment layer to a specific layer (as a child layer) the bleed exports properly. Has anyone encountered this? I'm running a Mac with Mojave 10.14.3