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  1. Hello, I really need to see adjustment input/output values (percentages) in the curves adjustment layer palet as in Photoshop This is the only reason why I can't switch to Affinity Photo and still use Photoshop I need to see values so I can correct to colors to certain minimal % to prevent breackoff by flexo printing Please .. I really want to use Affinity Photo and asking already 2 years for this feature
  2. Publisher question. Hello, I've made CMYK swatches of my client's pallet. Then I made various standard tints and also added those to the swatches. I wanted to see the percentage breakdown of each process colour. So, how much C and M is actually in that 15% tint of the full strength version for example. Am I missing something? The only way I could show the actual values of the tinted version of the colour was to use the Colour Picker pipette and select an area where the tint is used. All other options of showing sliders in various places only showed the full strength original, which is inc
  3. You can enter percentages in the width/height property fields under the transform tab. I just wanted to resize a rectangle by typing because I wanted it to be exactly half the width. I am lazy and bad at calculating by head so I figured I just enter "50%" in the width field of the rectangle under the transform tab. And it worked
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