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  1. Good to know. Thank you! I'm still new to Affinity and had not used it for months.
  2. Thank you for the reply! I have tried that and it seems to be the way to do it. Do you know if the "affinity" photo save is generally a much larger file? Like RAW? Or similar to JPEG sizing? I would be more likely to save as afphoto if that were the case and if they didn't have that irritating affinity icon in the thumbnail of the photo.
  3. It's been a long time since I've edited photos. I just installed the update and now I can't seem to do the resizing the way I used to, then "save for web" when converting and editing from raw files. Am I missing something? I believe I used to go into the FILE drop down menu and do both tasks from there. Sorry I can't be more clear on my issue. It is possible that I'm remembering the PS way to save files. Basically I want to be able to have a JPEG which I can post to facebook which isn't a huge file. Thanks for any advice.
  4. Ian understands correctly. I'm also on Windows 10. It would be easier to just have that option always open instead of having to select and scroll for each photo.
  5. I'm wondering if there is a way to keep this box open like the others (exposure, saturation, vibrance etc.) are always open? I use the feature often and would prefer to have it always open already as opposed to having to check the box AND scroll down first. Thanks in advance for advice.
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