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AD crop tool changes colour information after exporting

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Hi there,

 

I used Affinity Designer to create some ArtBoards with the same PNG Picture in the background. But when I crop the PNG even slightly, the export results (to PDF) vary in the colours. The cropped picture looks at least 20% desaturated or as if it were highly exposed.

 

(I exported the ArtBoards via multiple choice under the same conditions.)

 

When I change the Picture back to original size it exports seamlessly.

 

Is this a bug?

 

 

Many thanks in advance for answering  :)

 

 

 

I am relatively new to digital vector design and am currently using the trial version of AD on a MacBook Pro 2,3 Ghz, 16 GB RAM. 

I tested the program thoroughly and there are many features I like but some riddles I quite cannot understand (such as importing objects and text from one file to another which leads to various differences in resolution, object information etc) - but the missing reliability to transform pictures would be a no go for a professional design program.

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