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  1. Hi, I've been using Affinity designer for a few weeks so I'm still a bit new to the software; I'm hoping someone can help me out. I'm having trouble working with various PNG files with transparent backgrounds in which I can't seem to get the object/image separated from the background, even though there is no background. For example, if I import a simple PNG vector image of a beach ball with a transparent background and I try to apply localized adjustments to the beachball, such as filling in an area with color, or applying a stroke to the outside of the ball, etc., Affinity Designer responds as if the file is one large rectangle, filling in the entire canvas with color - it does not recognize that there is an object on a transparent background. If I open the same file in photoshop and apply the fill color tool to the ball, PS fills in the ball only, recognizing that it's a single object, and leaves the transparent background as is. I'm a bit confused on what I'm doing wrong, any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated!!
  2. Hello, I am trying to make transparent png files, that are only words, no pictures. These are forms that can be digitally imported into apps such as Good Notes. I have made the forms, it's just the sharpness of the font isn't what I would like, I mean the finished file is 'acceptable' but I want it crisper, sharper. I have tried setting up the document at 300 dpi and also at 400 dpi, I do not see much improvement at the 400 dpi. I have tried Serif and San Serif fonts. I have also tried using both the regular text tool and the artistic text tool. I do not want to make pdfs. I want the user to be able to be able to place the file over different backgrounds. Are there other settings I should be using? Thanks!
  3. Christmas is fast approaching! Here is a set of over 50 Christmas and Celebration style frames, suitable for print, print on demand (POD), video, posters, cards, photo frames and more. All in 300 dpi png file format. https://www.creativefabrica.com/product/christmas-celebration-frames/ref/63430/ Christmas_&_CDelebration_Frames.mp4
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