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Use the image resolution of copied image in new document

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You copy something from example from your old document and you wanna edit it as a new document, the workflow should go like this:

1. Copy the images.
2. Press ctrl + n to start new document.
3. Affinity photo detects the copied image size and you just press ok and paste the image there. The image fits perfectly. No white borders, no nothing but the image. 

Now you need to somehow know which size the copied document is and the paste that to the image size fields. Or you can create one huge document and then try to figure out how to crop the image to the target size. (btw I don't know how do I snap the crop tool to the selected layer size.)

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