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  1. Hi, Fabulous software (mac 1.6.7) so this isn't a moan - just an observation (and irritation if I'm honest!) The selection brush and the refine feature are much, much better that PS. However when I create a masked cut-out and then place it in another layout, unexpected edge lines are appearing ( see screenshot attached) If I go back to the original image and paint over these unexpected edges on the mask (note I can't see them on the mask) - I just paint where I assume the error to be. I then save the cutout and place it again in the AP layout. (I am looking forward to you getting linking sorted out). However the errors are still present. Baffled! The only solution I have is the crop the cut-out by 1 or 2 pixels. This solves the problem however it is not ideal. Anyone got any thoughts on this? Is it a bug or a feature?
  2. PHOTO I've noticed this for a while but didn't think to post. You have an image. Make sure 'force pixel alignment is off'. Perform a crop. Then either rasterize the layer or flatten the document and many times there will be a small 1px transparent edge(s) on the image. If it is completely transparent shouldn't it be cropped away? Using 'force pixel alignment' fixes this but it seems that it is not accurate behavior with it off.
  3. In Photoshop there's a Lens Correction filter which allows you to add chromatic aberrations to the image. How do I add chromatic aberrations in Affinity Photo? I sometimes add this effect to 3D rendered images to make them look a bit more realistic. Thanks
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