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  1. Hi Chris, I ve tried almost everything. The panel says ICC Display Transform, then I change it manually to Unmanaged, it gets back to the photo expose level as shot, however, when I start to edit the photo with the right side sliders, everything works perfectly, but at the bottom right there will be a thumbnail of the editing photo which is overexposed, therefore, when I click on the develop button to do the prosses, the photo converts to a JPG overexposed and the editing doesn’t look like the way I want. please try to develop my raw file. might work for you, but it doesnt work for me. Ps. This never happens to JPG files, only RAW.
  2. thank you, Walt, for your response. I've downloaded the Beta, it does the exact same thing. thanks again
  3. thank you First Defence. it was not quite what you said, but i changed the display transform from ICC Display to unmanaged. it works for a bit good but jumped back to the initial issue.
  4. Here is the link to the RAW file: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/1wVOxH6S4KkLCiWvFtgIXQSB2ZNgHo6AL Thank you.
  5. Thank you for your response, HVDB Photography. well, as I mentioned, as soon as I develop RAW files, they become overexposed and become JPG files, so when I go to Photo Persona with the overexposed JPGs, still stay overexposed. also, I uninstalled and reinstalled again, but no luck.
  6. Lately, I have an issue with my Affinity Photos program. When I want to prosses RAW photos, I edit the photos with the slider on the right and as soon as apply to develop button, the photos change the look and become overexposed. Also, even before I develop, I minimise the program and maximise again, the photos go overexposed, although, the sliders show same editing numbers and the histogram stays exactly the same. So the result becomes as the overexposed phots when I export them. I updated my graphic card and window and the issue still there. My PC Specification is below: Windows 10 Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-8400 CPU @2.80GHz 2.81 GHz System type: 64- bit operating system, x64 based processor RAM: 16GB Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti The screenshots examples are in this link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wVOxH6S4KkLCiWvFtgIXQSB2ZNgHo6AL I appreciate if someone can help me to solve this issue. Thank you.
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