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The crop in Affinity is non-destructive. Currently we don't have a destructive option. After you crop an object, if you back to crop again and this time make the crop bigger you will see the rest of the image re-appears 


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The crop in Affinity is non-destructive. Currently we don't have a destructive option. After you crop an object, if you back to crop again and this time make the crop bigger you will see the rest of the image re-appears 

O.K., got it.

I thought it was destructive because when I came back to crop I couldn't see the rest of the cropped picture anymore. Would be great to have a preview as soon as you start to crop, otherwise you don't see what you are doing.

Great to know that the crop is not destructive.

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O.K., got it.

I thought it was destructive because when I came back to crop I couldn't see the rest of the cropped picture anymore. Would be great to have a preview as soon as you start to crop, otherwise you don't see what you are doing.

 

 

Agree with this. Let it behave like in Photoshop ( sorry for this same phrase that keeps coming up)  ;)

 

A preview of the extra image helps recrop it. Right now as it is implemented if you wish to recrop you don't know if you have space availabe in the top or bottom, etc.


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