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When I crop an image, the image itself will be cropped, but the canvas remains still in the original size (see picture, blue frame of marking). When I now copy this cropped image to another Affinity Photo image or file it appears again in the original size - not in the cropped size. For me this looks like that cropping in Affinity Photo does not make a "physical" crop. How can I make a "real" physical crop? Should I always trim the image after cropping? I yes - what is the right way to trim? Can somebody tell me the best practice to crop an image physically? Thank you very much!
I am new to Affinity Designer and have a question about something I am trying to achieve in the program. I am uploading a screenshot of what I'm trying to do and have a question about - which is trim the uneven edges of an object or outlined font glyph using another shape - a circle - so that the glyphs perimeter will be refined and no longer imperfect. Please view the screenshot for more detailed information. Thank You.
I have a business card with 2mm bleed in one document on two artboards. On both is a thin line going in the bleed. Now, when I export a PDF-X with export all is fine. When I export with Export Persona the line on page 2 is cut at the end format and so is the background. But the bleed is not ignored: end format is still correct. In the Export Persona I created 2 identical slices for page1 and page 2. I made a demo, see in ZIP attached. bleed.pdf is fine, S1.pdf is fine, S2.pdf is cut. If it’s not a bug, what could be wrong? AD 1.6.0 on OSX 10.9.5 Bleedbug.zip