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Affinity Designer on IPad : How can i remove the little white lines of the artboard?

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Hi

When I create a new document, in Affinity Designer on IPad, with an artboard and then color it completly black there are two lines that are not black.

On the right side and on the bottom of the artboard. If I do not use an artboard it works fine and all is colored black.

These lines are also exported and are part of the picture.

 

What setting do I have to use to disable these lines in the artboard?

 

Attachments:

The File I created: artboard remove white stuff.afdesign

Creation of the document:

artboard_remove_white_stuff_creation.thumb.png.49917926ada705886071c65d86486b5b.png

coloring of the artboard:

artboard_remove_white_stuff_color_black.thumb.png.6a276ab16fe463ff6e3245ea04587290.png

zoomed in view with the split view between pixel and vector

artboard_remove_white_stuff_zoomin.thumb.png.3b9ff76ab0c4af93b12d691484b55c61.png

artboard_remove_white_stuff_zoomout.png

 

 

 

 

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I have open the file and can't see any white lines. I done know if that is good or bad as it doesn't help you. You could try using a transparent artboard and see if that helps?

artboard remove white stuff.pdf


IPad Pro 10.5 512GB iOS 12.1 Affinity Photo 1.6.11.85 Affinity Design 1.6.4.45

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My first attempt had a transparent artboard but the result was the same.

I only stumbled upon this because i wanted to use it to export it as a png to use that png as a repeating brush in the designer.

brushbase white line.afdesign

But when i used the brush these two lines showed very visible because the PNG has thesewhite/transparent stuff in it.

I wanted to have one document with many artboards for an easy creation of a slice to export. Though the lines show up.brushbase_line_example.thumb.png.36b23c634b688ed37319254359f1b7fa.png

 

If you do not have these i would like to know your global setting. Maybe I choose the wrong option.

Mmmh, I wanted to upload the exported brushbase png as an example but it gives me a strange " There was a problem processing the uploaded file. -200 "error.

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Using your afdesign file I duplicated athe Artboard, and exported as png (attached). Can you see any white lines?

umm. Also having a problem uploading png. I try zipping it but it is a small file anyway?

brushbase white line-1.zip


IPad Pro 10.5 512GB iOS 12.1 Affinity Photo 1.6.11.85 Affinity Design 1.6.4.45

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This what I get. I have added my Snapping Settings too.

 

7B5FA80F-6333-4088-91F2-A66086532EE2.png

F93C4549-08B9-4BBB-B088-C674910E69E1.jpeg


IPad Pro 10.5 512GB iOS 12.1 Affinity Photo 1.6.11.85 Affinity Design 1.6.4.45

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A little further investigating. Now I see the grey line at the join. I turned off show Snapping candidates. The PNG Export doesn’t show the join. I used the Transform Studio to check sizes and positioning of artboards and imported the png export so it shows below the artboards. Original artboard 1000px wide. Duplicate artboard 1000px wide and positioned at 1000px. PNG file 2000px wide. No join showing.


IPad Pro 10.5 512GB iOS 12.1 Affinity Photo 1.6.11.85 Affinity Design 1.6.4.45

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My fault was that I had  "Force pixel alignement" and "Move by whole pixels"  turned off.

And that created this effect. After turning these options on all works perfect.

Thank you soo much for helping me . :11_blush:

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