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My eyes are not the best anymore, but could it be, that there is some kind of halo when attaching gradients to an element? See attached image. I see this halo also in radial, elliptical etc. gradients. Second question: What is the opacity slider for? In my case I cannot move the slider.

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Windows 10 | i5-8500 CPU | Intel UHD 630 Graphics | 8 GB RAM | Latest Retail and Beta versions of complete Affinity range installed

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Seems to be a rendering problem only. Edited the file in APhoto and there is no jump in colour values.


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Windows 10 | i5-8500 CPU | Intel UHD 630 Graphics | 8 GB RAM | Latest Retail and Beta versions of complete Affinity range installed

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View Mode = Single view, Preview Mode on or off makes no difference.

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Windows 10 | i5-8500 CPU | Intel UHD 630 Graphics | 8 GB RAM | Latest Retail and Beta versions of complete Affinity range installed

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Please choose the Fill tool and click the object where you have the gradient, to display the gradient vector. You had set the gradient for a quite narrow area (default being from edge to edge) so the change between the basic color and its low-end tint value was abrupt. By using short vectors and in-between color points, you can create halo effects (e.g. to imitate metallic shine) in purpose.

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