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Cntrol + N should take PrintScreen Size if there is an image in PrintScreen memory.

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Photoshop has a nice touch where if you have done a "PrintScreen" to capture what's on screen, then go to Photoshop and do a Control + N (to create a NEW image), that new image's dimensions will already be set to the size of your PrintScreen dump (i.e the width and height of your monitors).


By contrast Affinity Photo doesn't do that at all, but it would be fantastic if it did.


Please note, ONLY for when a PrintScreen has been executed (i.e. just like PS). 

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PrtScr, New From Clipboard




Ctrl+A, Del, if need only a dimension.



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