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Hello!

I need some clarification on that. What do you mean by "not positioned on whole pixels" and "alter these values slightly"?

My file was created using pixels as units, so why when I export they have one pixel more? Some times, on a square image, Affinity adds one pixel to one side (like it is 128 x 128 and the exported PNG has 129 x 128). 

In fact, I exported a bunch of artboards in Export Persona. After that I exported again just one of those artboards eliminating one element that was in the center. Both PNG came from the same artboard, but one has the size I choosed (1440 x 1080) and the other has one pixel more (1441 x 1081).

I think this is something that must be fixed.

 

Thank you.

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2 hours ago, FernandoRosa said:

I need some clarification on that. What do you mean by "not positioned on whole pixels" and "alter these values slightly"?

If you look at the screenshot that @Lex posted, and examine the Transform panel (lower right of the shot) you can see that the X position of the artboard is at 7600.1 px. If it were at 7600 exactly, then it would export at the size she wanted.

When you're creating artboards you should ensure that their dimensions are whole pixels (no decimals) and that they are positioned on whole pixels. You can ensure that by running with "Force pixel alignment" enabled. (I think you'll probably also want "Move by whole pixels" disabled.)

If your artboards are positioned improperly, you can enable "Force pixel alignment" (and possibly also enable snapping; I'm not sure) and move them until they are positioned without decimal places in their X/Y coordinates. If they have an improper size you can change the sizes to fix that. Only when there are no decimal places in their sizes and positions will they export as you want.


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@walt.farrell

Thank you for the  complete information. I'll take a look when I return to the computer.


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@walt.farrell

Unfortunately align the artboard in whole pixels and define artboard sizes in whole numbers makes the problem less often, but not eliminate it. Right now I think that this is really a bug...

 

 

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