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  1. Has hiding the selection line been asked about before? I used this a lot in PS and it was very helpful when tweaking/aligning the image portion to see behind the marching ants. Also, even though I'm impressed with the image adjustment tools, some buttons for moving a single pixel at a time would be useful as well. Thanks
  2. Ok, quite impressed by Affinty Photo so far BUT does anybody know how to hide the 'marching ants' marquee using a keyboard shortcut? I have found that Command+D makes it disappear but it doesn't make the marqee re-appear again. Annoying, as this is really useful when editing fine detail work. No, not useful, ESSENTIAL. Using 'show pixel selection' in the view menu is very slow not to mention amateur. Many thanks Carlos
  3. Hi guys, I wish all of the Affinity Team a happy new year and successful 2021! Please consider to take care of this suggestions: Add am indicator if "Bend Options" are used on a specific layer or not Add the possibility to feather/blur masks non destructively Let us hide the marching ants of a selection without unselecting the selection Link to explain video Thanks for any reply 😘
  4. Is there a way to hide a selection (marching ants) created with the lasso or marque? So you can work on a selection (with feather) without the marching ants getting in the way of seeing what you are doing to the photo? (H, command H, and space bar don't do anything)
  5. I have only been using Designer for about 2 weeks. There is an issue that I can't figure out. In almost every art program I've ever used there is a way to hide a selection, aka marching ants. Is there a way to do this in Designer? The visible selection can be very distracting. Thanks.
  6. Am I the only one who thought that if I made a "marching ants" selection, opened an adjustment layer dialog, & before applying the adjustment I chose the Select menu > Deselect item, then the adjustment would be applied to the entire layer, not just to the now 'deselected' (?) selection? I have been using Affinity Photo since it was first released for the Mac, but I never thought Deselect worked like that until I started working through one of the first enthusiast projects in the Workbook (convinced that I would learn nothing new from it) & was surprised by a tip that su
  7. Hi there, I'm a new user of AP (1.4.2), which I really find great! I'm running it on my MacBookPro retina 13" mid 2014 (16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel Iris 1536MB) with El Capitain 10.11.6 (everything up to date and working fine so far). Unfortunately, I have an issue that is seriously affecting my activity with AP: When I open a file (whatever the size, even a few Kb jpeg), it's sufficient to make any selection (even a simple squared one) to make the machine starting to overheat and get the fan running at full speed. This happen just by having any selection active (i.e. marching
  8. Hello! There seems to be a problem with the visualization of Photo's marquee selection. If I open a image and select it all, the selection doesn't always render. I have to pan/zoom-in/out a few times to bring it on screen. Some times it only renders on a corner. This is a bit confusing since I can't tell if a lost my selection or not. Is this something you guys would be interested in fixing? PD: And it some times renders twice as thick on some sides... Thanks
  9. Even with rather moderate image sizes, whenever there is an active pixel selection (tested in marching ants mode), the software becomes extremely slow and beachbally, and the entire OS becomes unresponsive. This was not the case pre-1.5. If it is possible to deselect despite the slowdowns and erratic UI, the performance seems to go back to normal. This is using the 1.5.1 AppStore build of Photo on OS X 10.9.5 with the latest system updates, late 2008 silver model MacBook, with 8GB RAM installed after the fact and hard drive replaced with SSD, graphics chipset is the standard NVIDIA GeForce
  10. I have an intermittent problem, where I cannot make a selection on my image using any of the selection tools (e.g. Rectangular Selection, Magic Wand, Freeform Selection). I am on a "Pixel" layer, and not an "Image" layer. I can select the tool, and draw my selection, and while I am drawing the selection I can see the marching ants, however when I let go of the mouse, there is no selection. I have to save my document and close Affinity Photo then r-open the file. I have checked the obvious things that I can think of, including: * Have I selected the "Pixel" layer (yes - and this is the onl
  11. First of all I really like Affinity Photo! Great job to everyone involved! I have two feature requests: 1. I would like to see at least 3 Color Samplers like Photoshop. 2. I would like a way to hide the selection border (marching ants) like Photoshop. Thanks!
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