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  1. Got exactly the same problem, lag after a while. And when i quit Designer then it keeps running in the background, still using the CPU like Hephaestus described in this thread.
  2. Just change the top left colour and the others will follow. Interactive Colour Chords AP1.afphoto
  3. This is the CPU usage while only moving the cursor over the testfile I added. HighCPU.afphoto
  4. A little graphical issue. In the Fields panel the text is cut off at the beginning. Worse in german language.
  5. Interesting. Could you maybe provide a sample document with just one sample Text Frame?
  6. I appreciate your efforts, but I don't need any help with neither the Windows Filesystem nor with Affinity Photo. That's why I posted this in the Bugs section. I'm just stating the fact that the Type column always shows "Affinity Photo File" for all different image formats, if you set them to always open with Affinity Photo. Other programs don't because it's pointless. It's not a Windows decision, it's because of the entries Affinity wrote in the Windows Registry during installation. I can see from your screen grab how it should be. Developers should either leave the Type as it is or use their own description in the Windows Registry as Irfan View does: Irfan View PNG File Irfan View JPEG File or VLC Player: MP3 Audio File (VLC) WAV Audio File (VLC) But changing all image formats to the exact same Type is – sorry to repeat myself – pointless.
  7. When a Affinity Photo is installed it is up to the program what happens when you associate a filetype to the program via "open with". Because Affinity puts entries in the Windows Registry during installation which determine that the Type is set to Affinity Photo for all the image formats. So Affinity indirectly changes the Type. It is not common practice to set the same Type for different extensions because it results in a bad user experience. Just have a look at the examples of the other programs. Clip Studio for example just doesn't put these entries in the Registry so the types stay the same. There's just no sense in making it like Affinity does. I'm fully aware of that and never wrote that the extensions changed. It's about the Type column. This is a workaround which should not be necessary.
  8. As you can see in the following example, the filetype in Windows Explorer is determined by the program you choose in the open with dialogue. LibreOffice Draw for example changes the type to the full name of the image formats. Photoshop and Clip Studio Paint keep the original type, while the Affinity Suite changes all to generic Affinity files which makes it impossible to sort files by type in the Windows File Explorer.
  9. If you set any image file to always open with Affinity Photo in the Windows File Explorer, Affinity Photo changes the filetype for that image file format to "Affinity Photo File", making it impossible to sort files by type in the Windows File Explorer. Other programs don't do that. Example:
  10. Maybe add a drop shadow and make shure the horizon is where the vanishing lines meet.
  11. open info panel, add six samplers, distribute them on the canvas and leave the info panel open add a curves adjustment layer, set it to LAB Mode and add a point on the curve severe lag lag disappears when you hide the info panel or change the mode of the adjustment layer see attached file test.afphoto
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