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  1. This thinking stems from one of my format conversion needs. 
    Affinity photo's batch job supports webp conversion format, which is not supported by many software. 
    Although I have almost never used PS, since I started using the Affinity suite, I asked my friends that PS does not seem to be able to open webp format images and requires additional plugins.

    Therefore, I do not understand why some software cannot support the vast majority, at least it is still seen on the Internet, and there is no completely eliminated format.

    Keep it that way, open and compatible.

  2. I use batch processing to convert image formats. Since I have other file managers, I prefer to drag my selected images from the file manager I use (like Total Commander or Adobe Bridge).

    However, in adding pictures in a batch process, I cannot drag and drop files. I can only use the add picture button and then select the file I want to process in the system explorer. 
    This is too much trouble! 

    It is recommended to let go of this obstacle and allow users to drag and drop pictures instead of letting users only select pictures with win10 file manager. This is too rigid, just like Adobe ’s rigid

  3. On 7/9/2015 at 11:54 PM, MEB said:

    Hi MBd,

    You were close  ;)

    For commercial individual use you can install it in two computers.

    On a home environment you can install it on up to five computers.

    Can I cancel my authorization? I mean, because of some specific situations, I need to use a public computer for a while, then my work needs a super easy to use affinity photo. However, I am worried that the number of authorizations will be reduced after the computer is bound (maximum of 5). So I would like to ask if there is a reasonable solution for the user's temporary public computer.

    The reason behind it is actually a flaw. I forgot to bring my laptop power home. There is only a laptop in my hand and no power.

  4. On 10/28/2019 at 6:14 PM, Dan C said:

    Hi Poto Lucky :)

    Just to let you know, I have edited your post slightly. I believe that this is not an advertisement and you are a genuine user - however we don't allow any sales here on the Affinity Forum, so I have removed all offers from your post.

    In regards to the laptop itself, it's certainly compatible with Affinity apps and many of our users have laptops with integrated Intel graphics and have no issues using the software.

    This certainly depends on what you consider to be an 'extreme usage scenario', there are no functions in Affinity that require a discreet/dedicated GPU, however certain features may be faster if a dedicated GPU is available. I hope this helps!

    Sorry, I just liked this product so much that I made things beyond the routine.

  5. When I first started teaching myself, I was always addicted to the choice of tools.

    I spent a lot of time looking for tools and comparison tools, reading a lot of pages about tool descriptions, but one day I found out that I was upside down, it was like a bubble. 
    I take unimportant things as important things.

    Design, what matters is ideas and ideas, it depends on your head and eyes (aesthetic). 
    Tools are just the path to your ideas, the tools are similar, but the ideas are unique.

    Think of the tool as the only design, which is really ridiculous to me at the time.

  6. To me:

    Stick to the shortcut keys. 
    It was very painful at the beginning. Every step had a look at the shortcut key directory and then only used the shortcut point to go to the point without using the mouse, but after the painful period, it gradually got better.

    The layer organization should be clear. 
    Organize timely, modular, reusable graphics. 
    Organize graphics, name layers. 
    Clear and organized layers are important for increasingly complex designs.

    Computer file management suggests simplifying the tree diagram. 
    Every file is named, not with meaningless numbers or letters, unless you don't open it or waste time opening files one by one to see what it is.

    Don't use your computer from the beginning. 
    Clearly write the process and ideas on paper or in your mind. 
    After everything is in order, use the computer to achieve

  7. 1. How to make the three graphics spacing on the horizontal line the same?

    2. make a windmill, draw a blade, how to make the blade rotate around a point and copy itself

    3. Which shortcut key can be used to repeat the previous step, just like Photoshop's F4, can you repeat the previous step? (I am not familiar with this)

    4. How to customize the default font. 
    I want to change the default font of the text input tool to another font I use.

    5. sometimes, the distance between the graphics and graphics will not be automatically displayed (for example, if the distance between the two graphics is equal, there will be a prompt line, but sometimes there will be no such prompts, I am not sure about such a situation, knowing and comparing 

  8. I hope so. 
    Not spending time will not have the expected result.

    I want to be a designer. 
    I will try to be the person I want to be.

    15 hours ago, dmstraker said:

    I started with Affinity Photo after years of struggling with Photoshop. The official tutorials gave me a great start. I then started reading everything I could get about photo editing and watching lots of videos. Mostly Photoshop, but much is the same. I also just kept experimenting, trying random stuff to see what happened.  And I'm still learning (producing videos is good for this too!).

    Power comes from play and practice. Don't worry -- you'll get there!


  9. 39 minutes ago, markbowen said:

    Hi there,

    I'm sorry is one of those images yours then? Are you David Bartus?

    I have meant to put the links to the sources in but forgot. I will definitely start doing that in future.

    I'll probably (hopefully) be putting some tutorials together for how I'm creating these although I've never done that sort of thing before so it will be a steep learning curve.

    Also I had noticed his right eye (left as you look at him) was a little wonky but didn't want to change it as it's nature and nothing's perfect in nature. Well that's what I thought anyway ;-)

    Best wishes,



    Sorry, my reply is the content of my other posts. 
    My clipboard doesn't seem to copy my reply correctly. You know, I use translation software. I am not an English user.

  10. People always tend to compare new things with existing things.

    I very much hope that SERIF can think independently about how creative software should be. 
    Adobe's software is not always so good, there are even some obvious but officially ignored issues, such as humanization in operation, historical burdens are so heavy that the software is very bloated.

    I am happy to see SERIF come out with a creative software route that is independent of her own thinking, providing the world with more humane and more modern creative software.

  11. On 8/17/2019 at 10:40 PM, markbowen said:

    Black cat in road.





    I am very happy to see your imaginative work.

    I am very interested in the effects of some of these images. If I don't mind, I hope to get a copy of the source file.

    I don't know if it is offensive to ask for the source documents, or it is not polite. 
    Because I am very curious about how some effects are implemented, and the source file allows me to learn how the author created and his ideas.


  12. I don't like the shape of the nose very much, it feels weird.

    At the same time, I found that my workflow has efficiency problems, which made it very easy for me to take a detour and spend a lot of time to complete the very quick steps.

    I want to ask how you formed your own workflow?


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