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  1. 1. Create a Marquee selection. 2. Menu "Select" -> "Outline". First the selection vanishes due to the default radius of 0px. 3. Change the radius to 1px. Depending on the zoom factor you probably won't see the selection anymore. 4. Click Apply and the selection vanishes.
  2. Hi, I have an issue with Affinity Photo 1.3.4 when trying to resize a selection: I do a "Select All" with CMD-A or via Menu on the background layer. I then go to Menu Select -> Grow / Shrink. The corresponding dialog box opens and I cannot see my selection any more. I then enter -10px and confirm it but nothing happens. When I choose a smaller selection it works as expected. Regards, Chris
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