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Hi team. I hope you guys are safe and well during all of this COVID-19 chaos! I have a quick question regarding Affinity Photo for iPad. When I draw, the screen seems to blur or lower in resolution as soon as my Apple Pencil touches the screen, and then it smooths out again when I lift it. I did a screen recording to show what I mean, here's the link (be sure to watch in HD): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSQTuxV0E34 Why does this happen? It's subtle, but it can be a bit disruptive when doing finer detailed line-art, as I can't always see the smaller areas in as much detail while drawing. An example is the finer hatched lines in the video, which become quite unclear as soon as I put the Apple Pencil down. I seems to happen less when I'm quite zoomed in, but I tend to prefer working a bit more zoomed out so that I can see more of the content I'm drawing while I'm drawing, and not get lost in the details. Thanks in advance!
Here's a small bug with the Pixelate Filter. The filter generates "half or partial" pixels. Let me explain. If I want to generate a pixel image I think pixelate filter shouldn't generate half or partial "pixels". I don't know how the filter works but right now you get left with half squares on the sides of the image. I'd love if this filter could calculate the width of the image and keep subdividing based on that. That way you always end up with squares that line up to the outsides of the image. Hope that makes sense! If not apply a pixel filter to an image... make the quantization large ... and you'll see what I mean. Thanks, Ian