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When placing smaller images into existing multi-layer Photo image, I sometimes see the frame edges visible as annoying thin white lines (sometimes dashed). I have tried copying and pasting, using File: Place, or dragging icon, but nothing seems to help. See attached JPEG, note line between red arrows. It doesn't seem to happen consistently, varying from one placed image to another; remains after import into Photoshop. I cure it using Inpainting brush tool but should I need to do this? Use is for large, fine art print. Late 2012 Mac Mini, 16 GB Ram, OS 10.14.6. Affinity Photo 1.8.3 intended to replace Photoshop CS6.
Hey So I’m a relatively new user so can’t claim my memory serves correct, but I’m pretty sure the single finger gesture (no not that one) constrained proportions of a placed image, now it’s not, or never has, and I’m eyeballing it. Any info would be appreciated. Cheers edit... in infinity photo, dragging to place image automatically constrains proportions, the single finger allows free form so I’m assuming it’s the same with designer... this makes me think it’s a bug.
Hi, I don't seem to find how I can view the file path of an existing placed image. There's the "Replace image" button but it doesn't take you to original directory. Cheers – Timber