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  1. Hey everyone, hope that you are well. I have a personal blog where I like to create pixel art. Still learning but yeah, I'm very comfortable with Affinity Designer for my normal vector work so I decided to give it a try for raster images. The thing is: the cursor is driving me nuts! Whenever I increase brush size (2px and up) the "preview" pixel that is going to be painted is displayed top left of the cursor. This video may help illustrate what I'm talking about https://screencast.com/t/k8yET7ijH Is this normal or the expected way for the tool to work? I'm using square brushes.
  2. Hello, new user here. I'm very happy with the purchase, but there's a little thing I'd like to ask in order to be able to ditch exporting to Photoshop completely. I intend to use AD mostly to generate 2D artwork in multiple resolutions*, and it's really important to control the amount of antialiasing. Without that, there's always a lengthy "pixel cleanup" stage that follows the creation of any asset. While being able to fine tune the antialias intensity would be amazing, I'd be happy with a simple "turn off antialiasing" option for both the pixel preview and the "rasterise"option. I originally thought that's what the "View quality" option in the preferences would do, but it seems to have no effect in the image. Bug, maybe? Thanks! * These are intended to be used in "pixel perfect" graphics (no scaling and no fractional coordinates, thus no filtering and maximum sharpness).
  3. Nero

    Patterns fills :{

    I'm very sad to see that bitmap fill is extended out of its boundaries - if i would like to do checker fill i have to move handles out of canvas to hide this effect, otherwise there is kind of cross or line made by wider bitmap fill than whats on the rest of canvas. I hope its clear from screenshots, anyway would be GREAT yet basic feature to be able to set dimensions by numbers. PLEASE!!! Radeon Pro 580 8192MB on macOS 10.13.6 It has also weird wavy top-edge: PS: i started with 2*2 px checker then i made it 20x20 but it looks like it still put one more pixel from the place of its origin in both directions...
  4. I need option to set some kind of "Lock to pixel" mode for every new object im creating. Now every object is created in sub-pixel mode, but arrows and shift-arrow work in pixel mode and every time i need manually set object x/y positions to rounded pixels. Like 960,7 px to 960 px Sometimes i need sub-pixel mode, but just in 5% cases. I do not work in Retina mode.
  5. shushustorm

    Lines between snapped objects

    Hello! As you can see in the images I attached, there are lines showing in between snapped objects. screenshot0.png shows the situation within Affinity Designer, where there are dark lines in bright areas and bright lines in dark areas, whereas screenshot1.png is a detail from the exported image, which especially shows extra visible dark lines. Is there a way to fix this? I am using Affinity Designer 1.3.2 on Mac OSX 11.6 Best wishes, Shu
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