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Color issu in exported png ?

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Hellooo ;D 


I have a logo with a white background. 
I imported a rectangle as background and filled with magenta (0xFF00FF), then I'm exportet it to png.  (Color spaces 8bpp (RBG8/)) and
then I'm opened the export picture with Paint.NET and see that the "magenta" hat a colorcode of 0xFE00FF (254 0 255) and that is wrong

can some one confirm that issue for me?

Color-Profile: sRGB ICE61966-2.1
Color-Format: RGB/8 




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I cannot comment about paint.net, but when I export a magenta (ff,00,ff) object from Designer as a .png file, my other Affinity applications and Corel Painter all agree that it is magenta (ff, 00, ff).

Can you share you .afdesign or .afphoto file?

-- Walt

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