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Maybe I missed a few things over the years. A TIFF could have a bleed? Where to set this up? Or does this option moved unintentionally to the "More" section for export?


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Hi Joachim_L :)

A TIFF can be exported with bleed and therefore this option has been added to the 'More' options at export since Publisher introduced viewable Bleed options -

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There's no option to set bleed in a new document in Affinity Photo, however any document with bleed (ie an .afpub file) will be honoured on import and export. I hope this clears things up :)

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