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  1. When drawing a star and snap to a squared document for some reason the star is having some padding and therefor not snapping to the document bounds. I don't see any reason why the star would not stretch up to the document bounds. I don't get it. Am I missing something here? star-size-and-position.mp4
  2. It seems to me the shape tools that are based on polygons -- Polygon, Star, Double Star, Cloud, Square Star, and possibly others -- are all slightly under-featured, and would be better combined into a single thing. As a point of reference, look at the polygon tool in Scribus. Is there a reason not to make all of this a single tool, with the features Scribus has plus the features Affinity P has? And, like, what does "curve %" mean, anyway? make a heptagon and set the curve to -100% -- certainly it could go deeper than that. So what is that 100% of? and why limit it to ±100%? what is a Cloud but a polygon with > 100% curve? and why can't I add curve to a star? See also the "inner rotation" feature in Scribus -- is there a way to get that on any of these aforementioned items? I use Scribus' polygon tool -- which is still too limiting, but much freer -- to make a lot of interesting shapes that I don't seem to be able to get out of Affinity. That said, you have some nice ones they don't, e.g. the square star cutouts -- but i'd love to see you marry the two approaches and give us even more, here.
  3. Hello Could you please add the possibility to recognise the star rating of pictures taken and rated with Sony cameras (like the new Sony a7rIII / ILCE-7RM3)? Please view quotes and links below to see which rating function I am referring to: Source for 1st quote: https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/sony-a7r-iii Source for 2nd quote: https://www.colbybrownphotography.com/getting-the-most-out-of-your-sony-a7r-iii/ Here you can see the camera rating function works (play the video at 19'54''): (on YouTube.com, it is the video "Sony a7R III Training Tutorial" "by Tony & Chelsea Northrup) Please tell if this will be added to the features requested list and when you will be implementing it. Thank you! Miss C
  4. Hi, I'm trying to create a shooting star effect that is similar to my avatar. This would include the strike through and the shiny star on the end. Please, can someone help or at least point me in the right direction if this is possible to create in AFD.
  5. Bruce-R

    Rock Starling

    Hi, just a little post showing off a character design I created using Affinity Designer for the first time... The character was created for some music festival posters I put together. If you wish to see the process please visit my blog.
  6. Hello, In doing astrophotography, these two features are really essential. I really love using AP for editing, but it becomes nearly impossible to with astrophotography because it's missing these two features. Especially because AP has features like LAB, it could be a really great tool potentially - and I don't think (at least the median mode) is very difficult to implement. They're useful for stacking photos - when taking pictures of the night sky without a tracker, you're limited in the exposure length you can use, because the Earth is rotating. To get a useful picture, you really need an exposure with at least ISO 3200, making very noisy images. The solution is to take multiple pictures and align them in post, and then use a median filter to remove the noise (which is incredibly effective). It's useful for other things as well - basically any noise reduction. There are perfectly clear stacks of images taken at ISO 25,600 or higher - and the median filter can get rid of people walking in front of a landscape, for example. My point is, these are really useful features for everyone and could add a lot to the abilities of AP and make it a very appealing software for another group of photographers.
  7. ! Audio Police !

    my 1st AFFINITY

    after buying AFFINITY last week i did my 1st artwork
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