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  1. I followed the Affinity tutorial re: replacing the sky. When done there was a white line separating the new sky and old foreground. See photo attached. As a new user and new to editing, I could not figure out where I went wrong. I would appreciate any help. New_sky.afphoto
  2. Hello Community, I've already asked that in the past and saw others complain about it, but there does not seem a real solution? However when I watch video tutorials from other professionals, I don't see them having the issue with snapping: I want to snap two objects together, but I mostly end up with a thin line between them. 1) Here you can see my current snapping options. Also I've created a black rectangle 2) I duplicate the rectangle and "try" to snap both together. 3) Once I let go of the mouse, I end up with the fine thin line inbetween the rectangles 4) When I export it, it looks like this: I have no idea what to do about it, but I really have run out of energy on this one .... Can anyone help out here?
  3. Hi there, I'm having a recurring problem when I flatten my images. A thin white line appears on the edges of my photo, usually (but not always) on the right and bottom edges. I create repeat patterns, so usually after resizing a photo, I flatten it before using the affine button. I then offset X & Y my image to 50% to work on the image - and that is usually when those lines appear. It is especially an issue for me because I need the image to become a repeat tile, and the white lines break the image. I've attached the file to this post. Thanks Anna
  4. Hi, I'm using the Affinity Photo trial and have noticed that a white line appears on the leftmost edge of the image. This is before I have made any adjustments of any kind. I've attached a screenshot that shows the problem - presumably you can see from the settings in Affinity that no changes have been made. The camera is a Fuji X100S and I'm using an Imac. I'd like to understand what's happening here before I buy the software - thanks for your help. Regards, Spencer.
  5. I made 2 shapes and snapped them together, because I wanted to group them into one item. But as you can see in the attachment, there's a thin white (or I guess transparent) line in between. (both shapes have a fill color and the line set to transparent) Is there something I'm not doing? How can I make the line disappear? In the photo attached, the two shapes are SNAPPED together... I'd like to not have to overlap because this is something I'll be doing often (snapping+grouping) & it won't always be acceptable to just go over the edge of one shape with another. Thanks.
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