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Is there an easy way to look at an image side by side in PhotoPersona? I want to see the finished picture, ready for print without a softproof adjustment and the same picture next to it with the result of a softproof adjustment applied. I am using windows with the newest AffinityPhoto version. Thanks

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1 hour ago, jhgl said:

Is there an easy way to look at an image side by side in PhotoPersona? I want to see the finished picture, ready for print without a softproof adjustment and the same picture next to it with the result of a softproof adjustment applied. I am using windows with the newest AffinityPhoto version. Thanks

 

You could use the new Float option.

 

Window > Float All

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The trouble is (minor issue) is that to get the two different views, you would need two versions of the file.

 

One normal version, one with the Soft Proof Adjustment layer applied. Above one is Fly, one is Fly-proof

 

So save one version, reload it and float it.

 


Windows PCs. Photo and Designer, latest non-beta versions.

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Select All Layers in Layers Panel

Edit > Copy

File > New From Clipboard

Window > Float All

Add your Soft Proof adjustment to one of the windows


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51 minutes ago, toltec said:

Above one is Fly, one is Fly-proof

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