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How to export specific slice to larger scale than it is?

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Hey there,

I'm very new to Affinity so I'm having a bit of hard time. One thing I couldn't figure out is how to export specific slice, and more than that, how to export it to a different scale? I mean, I can export slices throw Export persona (btw I still not understand why are those personas and what are they good for) but I can't choose to export it to larger scale than it is, and the standard export option allowing me only export the whole file or a whole artboard. 

Bottom line, I need a way to export specific slice in an artboard to 1300px instead the 200px than it is right now, via PNG. How can I do that without creating another artboard?

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You can setup the size for the to be exported slices, as for example ...

  • 1300w  (nnnw)  = width setting
  • 900h   (nnnh)    = height setting
  • 1300w, 900h  (nnnw, nnnh)   = width & height setting
  • ...etc. (see the arrow button pull down menu, marked green below, there for examples)



Further you can also define on the plain/usual export panel other size values than the default indicated there.

☛ Affinity Designer 1.10.6 ◆ Affinity Photo 1.10.6 ◆ Affinity Publisher 1.10.6 ◆ OSX El Capitan
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