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I wanted to get rid of a shadow by pasting a patch of grass over it.


I copied a patch of grass:




and moved it to cover the shadow:




and pasted the copy back to fill the hole:




The pasted back section did not completely fill the 'hole' and left a while line to left and below.


It doesn't show up too well in this photo and when I blow it up the white line is miniscule:




It does not show up on the exported image, so appears to be a display issue.


Maybe this post should be in the Bugs forum...







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this is not a bug neither a display issue. It has to do with Affinity Designer trying to antialias the edges of the cut area against the white background at different zoom levels other than 100% (or multiples). Since this is a rectangle with pixel perfect boundaries it should't show those artifacts on screen if you put your zoom at 100%.

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Thanks MEB, I tried looking at the image at 100% and the white do lines disappear, but when I zoom in they are still there. I am not sure what the implications are for this, will let you know if it becomes a tangible problem. 



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