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As per the pre-1.7 thread here - 

 

All images get a transparent border.

The issue of the previous thread remains - that when you zoom in and out, at certain zoom levels, images within a file get transparent borders of a pixel or two, making it seem as though images are not correctly placed.

It was originally thought that this transparent border was a visual issue only, but I have noticed upon exporting images that sometimes the transparency is baked in to the exported file. Sometimes it is not. So there may be two issues, here.

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Yes. And, to be clear, it's not just a transparent 1 pixel wide border around the whole image. If you have images within the canvas, any of those images could have transparent borders around them, too.

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Hi both,

Sorry for the delayed reply. 

Can you please attach the afphoto and the export file so we can have a look? The white lines should only be a visual artefact and not make it to export. 

Thanks,
Gabe. 

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@GabrielM It appears that @gizmo2501 and I may be facing similar but different issues. The border I see seldom encompasses the whole image - it's usually top or left border. I've also never had it appear on export (though to be honest, I've not tried to make it happen so I don't know if I have that issue or not). Doesn't appear to be image-specific in my case; more related to scale-factor and which monitor the APh window resides.

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Hello everyone,

i probably encounter this issues as well. As Brad already mentioned, i first thought that this might just be a rendering artefact but i see those borders in exported JPEGs from time to time as well. I attached the affinity file and the jpeg as well for your consideration. It seems that this problem also applies to setting layers and masks?

The image has been edited with AP Ver. 1.7.1.404 on Windows 10 using the panorama stitching feature on Nikon-Raws, the development persona and some effect layers and masks. I can reproduce it in AF frequently, but only rarely on exported results.

Best regards

Lukas

 

 

Glencoe_valley.afphoto

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On 6/25/2019 at 3:16 PM, GabrielM said:

Hi both,

Sorry for the delayed reply. 

Can you please attach the afphoto and the export file so we can have a look? The white lines should only be a visual artefact and not make it to export. 

Thanks,
Gabe. 

Hi Gabe,

Apologies, I didn't keep the file where it was an issue on export. But I'll keep an eye out for it in the future and send over the file if/when it happens again!

Is there any news on when the visual artefact will be fixed? It's a tad annoying, as I have to keep checking if the artefact is present or not when working on my images - it makes it not trustworthy!

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Too bad :( I corrected the problem by cutting a few pixels away and did not keep a copy of the uploaded version... Just like gizmo.... :( I am very sorry.

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Hi,

I have similar problem – borders (1px) of images get sometimes transparent. It occurs in exported JPGs as well. You can see it on the texture that I send in attachment (AF file with more images within the canvas; I marked one of the places with an arrow) .

Thanks for your help in advance!

Dum_Cetkovice11_12_13.afphoto

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Welcome to the forums

15 hours ago, KubaD said:

it occurs in exported JPGs as well.

JPGs don't have transparency/alpha channel, so I don't see how this could happen.

I see that those images in Dum_Cetkovice11_12_13.afphoto  already have a transparent 1px border, but I would be interested to see their original afphoto file. I suspect the size and/or position in the transform studio was not on integer values. 

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I expressed myself in a bad way, of course in JPG there is no alpha, but there is still visible that the border has a lighter colour (because of white background).

I have attached one of the original AF files. I put it to the final file via Copy Flattened (Ctrl+Shift+C) because it contains more layers; when try to copy just one layer I get the same result.

Regards
KubaD

Dum_Cetkovice12_1.afphoto

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I don't get that pixel border when I copy flatten and paste. Any chance you can attach a screen recording of your workflow? 

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Any news on this? I can see it's not fixed in Beta 1.8.0.532.

 

It's quite disrupting to workflow as you always have to zoom in and out to check if it is just the bug or if you haven't lined up imaged properly and can see what's underneath.

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