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Export to PDF exporting at 2x document size

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This one is pretty simple to duplicate. When I export to pdf. The export is double the size of the actual export. 

e.g. my Canvas was 1000px wide.

When I export it comes out in PDF as 2000px wide?

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45 minutes ago, Glennweb said:

This one is pretty simple to duplicate.

Not for me

Can you upload a sample document and specify what export parameters/settings you are using?


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Hi Glennweb,

I've tried this myself and it is behaving as expected. As carl123 has said could you attach a copy of the document that demonstrates this issue please along with your settings.

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Ok, it appears I may be wrong. I am using a tool called Photopea to convert the pdf to a psd and for some reason it is opening at double the size. 

THe reason I am using Photopea to do the conversion s because when exporting as PSD from Affinity it is flattening my text. So needed a free in between tool to convert it with font text. Does anyone know if any other free tool to do this?

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