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  1. There seems to be an issue when I save photos/images. A white line appears somewhere on the photo, in a different place each time and it occurs when I save to either PNG of JPG. Attached is an example of what I mean. I did nothing to this photo other than crop it's size a little. I tried saving at 100% quality and 85% and it happened both times. I went to File >> Export >> PNG (or JPG) It happens each time I save an image or photo. And here are my details: A Photo Vers: 1.9.1 Windows 10 Chrome browser: Version 88.0.4324.190
  2. I am experiencing this also. Same white line and sometimes multiple white lines on the same image. I hope there's a fix coming soon. I don't know if this is relevant, but when this happened to me, I took a photo with my cell phone and emailed it to myself, then opened it in Affinity Photo on my laptop. I exported it as a PNG and the lines appeared. I did it again, but this time I saved it as a .jpg and this time there were no lines. Hope this helps.
  3. Using PSD in Designer 1.9.0 for windows, creates white lines in export files' I got a mockup psd file and opened it in AD. When I export the file, it has white lines in the embedded image. I got the mockups from here:https://smashmockup.com/gold-frame-mockup-psd/ I don't have Affinity Photo. I have attached screenshots. I am a total noob at this, so it's something obvious, I would really love guidance.
  4. Hello! I have a question regarding snapping when using Affinity Designer. I've attached a pic here on what I'm trying to do. Basically, I can snap both tiles in place. Though, it leaves a white line (or gap) in between. How would I remove this line? I tried exporting it and it shows up. I've done it numerous times with no luck. What would be the best way to remove this white line when snapping? Thanks for your help!
  5. Hello, Congratulations for your good work on Affinity Designer and Photo! I have received an EPS file from a client of mine, which was bought from a stock photo website (I can't provide the file for test). When I open the file in Illustrator, everything is ok. When I open it in AD, there are a lot of white lines which surrounds every little element of the design. I have found this similar topic on the forum. You can find there a picture with the same problem as mine, but without any solution. There is any way to get rid of these white lines? Thanks! Radu
  6. Hi AD pros, I have a problem with simple squares exactly aligned next to each other. In the UI (sometimes, depending on the zoom factor) and in the export I always get slim white lines as shown in this topic too. I've attached the AD file. Thank you very much for any help. Norbert Blitzer Problem MM.afdesign.zip
  7. I am trying to create a design following this tutorial made for Illustrator but I get white lines between my polygons. How do I fix that? Here's the tutorial: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ozUx-4Ves5w
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