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  1. Well, I guess Affinity will not work for me. Why create a program that depends on a specific Windows Theme (Aero)? It's the first time I've come across such a thing. I did briefly turn on Aero just to check Photo & Designer, and they look like great programs. But, like another poster noted, I'm not going to be switching back and forth between themes just to use one program out of many others installed on my computer. I hope you can change this requirement in a future version.
  2. Windows x64 here. Custom Theme. Right away I'm told to switch to Windows Aero Theme. Not a good start when I have to change the way my desktop and the rest of my system looks, just to run an application. Any way around this?