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  1. I understand the basics of using a bitmap fill and successfully used it on a couple of images. I downloaded an .eps file from Depositphotos and opened it up in affinity designer. I tried to insert a bitmap image and it inserts ... but not inside the object. It inserts into the strokes, and the inside of the image remains empty. The image (as it comes from DP) has no fill or stroke defined; it's a crab with a transparent center. What am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance! Graf
  2. Hi Folks, how about adding BITMAP and VECTOR fillmodes as available in Serif DrawPlus? Such a feature would be highly appeciated, as saving a lot of tedious masking and cropping of objects. Anyways, you are doing a realy great job :-) BR, A.C.
  3. Hello, In Photo (Win10) is there a way to set a bitmap fill to be exactly 100% of the original size of the file that you use? For example: I'm using a pattern file that is 100x100px. When I use that as a bitmap fill in a Photo document I want the base pattern to be exactly 100x100 px as well. Is there an exact way or a way to put in a numerical scale value for the bitmap pattern file? Thanks, Jeff
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