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I have been posting this for a year+ now, whenever you export an artboard with bleed to TIFF (+bleed), the bleed will be ignored and transparent pixels will show up.

it's has been V2 since them V2.1, and it's still NOT FIXED!!! How can you call this professional app or your company professional, when a simple save WITH bleed is a pain in the @ss since.. 2021 or even 2020. How can I send the client what he/she is asking for when your app fails me?

I always have to workaround and rage, for years, because you can't manage to fix the most basic commands.. Save and export..

Screenshot 2023-06-15 at 12.25.46.JPG

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Hi @norbinw,


  1. Is this just a straight TIFF file or do you have any non-nested layer adjustments included in the file you're trying to export? If yes, then there is a known bug which causes the file to export without bleed though a workaround is to either nest or group any non-nested layer adjustments.
  2. If this doesn't work for you, are you able to upload a sample file demonstrating the issue?

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It's a known/logged bug, which (as they mentioned), norbinw has previously reported: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/search/&tags=afd-3545

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