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Affinity Photo angled lines have stepping/ jaggies on edges?


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29 minutes ago, Alfred said:

If you want to protect it from interference by the forum software, attach it as a ZIP archive instead of a JPEG image.

Thanks for the tip.  Probably not worth it here, but I will remember that for future files that may require more of their integrity preserved.

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2 hours ago, kirkt said:

Thanks for the tip.  Probably not worth it here, but I will remember that for future files that may require more of their integrity preserved.

I would prefer to use PNG to compare application outputs, as this will avoid any problems with compression and its artifacts, as well as problems with different methods and different degrees of compression.

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56 minutes ago, PhilippedeV said:

I need help about the anti aliasing. I don't want any but can't find where to avoid it.

Do you have an example document?

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1 hour ago, PhilippedeV said:

I need help about the anti aliasing. I don't want any but can't find where to avoid it.

https://affinity.help/designer/English.lproj/pages/Layers/layerBlendRanges.html

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16 hours ago, loukash said:

Do you have an example document?

Sure. To be more specific.

In Photoshop, rasterization of big files à 600dpi is a problem. Photroshop resize the file without warning. 

I work in cartography and I need the lines to be clean and sharp and without blur. Pixels can't be like in the first example.

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They have to be like that

image.png.e19a494625f2c5b47011b76ddc924cc2.png

 

So, when I transform my vector pdf into pixels, I need the anti Aliasing to be turned off.

And an extra question. If you can give me a tip to find a way have the overprint that exist in the native pdf... 

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14 minutes ago, PhilippedeV said:

I need the anti Aliasing to be turned off.

 

15 hours ago, Pšenda said:

 

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18 hours ago, Pšenda said:

Just to add:

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Antialiasing—controls antialiasing behaviour for the selected layer: Inherit (default) adopts antialiasing from any parent layer, while Force On and Force Off respectively applies or disables antialiasing independently of any other layers.

So you simply make sure that all objects are inside a top level layer and then you set its antialiasing to Force Off. That's all.

3 hours ago, PhilippedeV said:

to find a way have the overprint that exist in the native pdf

I don't understand: Do you want to find objects that are set to overprint, or do you want to assign objects to overprint?

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