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I am literally brand new to Affinity after 20+ years of Photoshop and I feel like I'm visiting a foreign country where I don't speak the language. I just tried to create a SIMPLE image on a  white background, but the white is not exporting as true white in GIF or JPG. I can see a grayish hue of the whole image on a white background. You have to look closely, but you can see the outline of the image because it's not true white. 

This blog isn't live so I don't know if this link will work, but here's where the image is https://avabradleybooks.blogspot.com/p/deadly-sight-series.html

I appreciate any insight into what I might be doing wrong. Right now I feel really dumb. :(

 

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Yes I can see the very subtle shade, it’s literally #fefefe, oddly a pixel down from the black line it is actually #ffffff It might be better exporting with a transparent background, so I assume you are using Affinity Photo coming from Adobe Photoshop, you can set the document background to transparent from Document > Transparent Background then export to gif.  


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