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Hi all, I just had a quick look at photo beta and it looks great! There are two features supported in Krita which I think would make fantastic additions to both photo and designer: 1: Tile mode (or "wrapping" mode). In this mode you can see the image/canvas repeated at least once beyond each edge and corner, and you can just draw off the edge and the drawing automatically wraps around to the other side. Ideally most of the built in effects and filters would also work properly with tiled mode, such as blurs, bevels, shadows, etc. This would be superb for making or working with seamlessly tiled backgrounds and game textures. 2: Infinite canvas. When you find yourself running out of space at one edge of the canvas, this feature would make it very easy to extend the canvas just in that direction. Cheers, Jules
I have a logo file in 2 formats--JPEG and PNG. Both files have black backgrounds that I want to change to transparent. I've tried exporting to PNG with the transparency option selected and also exporting as a GIF and TIFF. Everything still results in a black background. I've attached the .png version of the file. Any ideas? Is this a layer problem?
Hi Not wishing to sound rude, but why do you not answer some questions, I have posted two, cannot find them nor can I see a reply to my queries. I am aware you have tutorials on backgrounds but a bit more depth would be beneficial, i.e. changing background colour and adding a texture to it, or being able to copy part of the current background to fill an area. I am still learning (always) and find it frustrating when I can't get the result I am looking for. Kind Regards Bookins
I made a screenshot, drag-opened it with affinity -designer. selected a portion/part of the image with the marquee tool, cut it (with CMD+X) pasted it (with CMD-V) removed the background layer (e.g. original screenshot/image). pasted an other selection of an image. on slice-export it displays, what could be the original background image. Vector shapes on top the image are omitted at export.