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Resampling methods ignored on export?

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Hi all, 

my colleagues discovered that the exported PNGs of Affinity Designer have worse anti-aliasing than the ones our boss makes with Inkscape. When we tried to improve on our export quality we discovered that changing the resampler in the export setting resulted in the exact same files. They even have the same md5 checksum. The Version used is 1.9.0


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Not a problem. You can use the Blend Ranges dialog (accessed from the cog next to the layer blend name) to control blending options with other layers which should allow you to tweak things to how you want them.

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5 minutes ago, rbsund said:

If resampling only triggers when rescaling the content that means its only applied to rasterized content anyways isn't it?

If you're exporting out to a raster format, then everything will have to be rasterised, and if it is being rescaled, it is then resampled based on the settings you choose.

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