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I'm new to Affinity and coming upon this issue the last few days.  I must have toggled something somewhere without realizing it.  When I go to PRINT an image (even a black and white photo), my preview shows it with a RED FILTER over it.  I haven't applied any filter and don't see it when I'm in the work space.  If I choose to print in black and white, I'm getting the effect of the added red filter (darkens everything and lowers contrast).  This is happening with any photo I open in Affinity, even without adjusting it whatsoever.  Any ideas what I've done?  Thanks!

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Welcome to the Affinity forums @IceBirdie!

The red overlay simply means that the dimensions of your document are bigger than the paper you selected in the printing dialogue. Select a bigger paper or scale down the image in the printing dialogue.

Windows 10 | i5-8500 CPU | Intel UHD 630 Graphics | 8 GB RAM | Latest Retail and Beta versions of complete Affinity range installed

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