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Hello all,

In Photoshop it is quite easy to do a "pixel-stretch" effect on a bitmap layer (such as a photo) by selecting a row or column of single pixels then scaling it (see picture below). When I try to do this in Affinity Designer (in Pixel mode), the pixel row/column is resized and smoothed out, becoming a gradient. How can I avoid this and get the same effect as in Photoshop?


Resultado de imagem para pixel stretch effect

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  • 1 year later...

Agree with @Fixx above. This is easy in PS. But a year later AD still creates what looks like a transparent gradient when you do the Pixel Stretch effect. Why does AD add a feather/gradient effect when using the Move tool on a Column/Row Marquee Selection?

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