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  1. Hello Stokerg, Thank you for you help... with that information you gave me, I have now corrected that temp file problem on the AffinitySetup file ..Install.. setup and have now got Designer 1.72 up and working and I am now productive once again. Thank you, Sky..
  2. Hello Stokerg, Thank you for you help. I sure do appreciate it. I did as you said and here are the results. Should I edit or delete this temp file and try and reload Designger once again. I have downloaded a newer version now. Sky...
  3. Hello. I just updated my to version 1.72 Designer.. However when I went update to version 1.72 it refuses to allow the update. This is strange as also now I cannot run 1.70 which I was in the middle of using, when I had to use my old version of Beta Publisher.. which I had to update also to version 1.7.. which did so successfully. The problem with Designer now occurs that I can't even delete my old version of 1.70 Designer from my computer (Windows 10/64.. 16GB 1TB SSD) and that it no longer shows up in the Windows Apps Delete program. I tried via Admin Delete to remove (delete and /or rename) the old directory and it says I don't have permissions to do so. I am the Admin.. logged in as Admin... I find all this strange as everything was functioning OK previous to me installing the new version of Designer 1.72.. However now I am left now with being unable to run either my old version of Designer or my new version 1.72.. as far as that is concerned .. I am locked out of using Designer currently for any work to be done in Designer... be it the old version 1.70 or to update to the newer version 1.72.. BWL.ini
  4. Hello, Has anyone tried running Affinity in a virtual environment like Virtual Box or VMWare. I ran my old Apple on Lion 10.7 on Ubuntu once to see how it would go, but not enough memeory. You need at least 8GB preferably 16GB would be better. I don't have High Sierra so can not try. I have heard that people have had OSX High Sierra running on Linux using virtual running Xcode (Hackintosh) which so I understand is a clone of High Sierra, without the problems. Any one used this out there yet? https://www.pcsteps.com/2157-mac-os-x-virtual-machine-vmware-player/ I am extremely busy at the moment and absolutely no time to experiment, but I would be interested if anybody wants to try and has problems, I can help with tech. Thank you, Skyhigh
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