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  1. I came here to ask a similar question. And while we're on the topic, how long does Affinity plan to continue supporting Intel based Macs? I currently have a 2014 MacBook Pro and a 2017 iMac. The MacBook Pro will probably be upgraded before the iMac, and I will probably upgrade the MacBook Pro on the second revision of the new ARM based MacBook Pro (or whatever they end up calling them, they changed the name from PowerBook to MacBook Pro in the PPC -> Intel transition; might be showing my age a bit).
  2. It is good to know I am not the only one having issues, I thought I was probably doing something stupid. :) I suppose I will wait for the next update to Affinity to hopefully resolve this issue. Thanks!
  3. Hi, I am a recent convert from Adobe Photoshop, so please pardon me if I am doing something obviously wrong. I am trying to edit a photo that is currently in Apple Photos, and I have tried it both by right clicking on the photo and selecting "Edit With > Affinity Photo", which causes the changes to not be saved back to Apple Photos, and then I read that I should click Edit, click the three dots, and click "Edit with Affinity Photo". I make the changes I want to the photo in Affinity, and then click Command S to save (or Command W to close), and return to Apple Photos. The photo in Apple Photo updates, and I click Save Changes. Afterwards, I get an error saying either "Unable to Save Changes for “Edit in Affinity Photo"" "An error occurred while saving. Please try again later." or an error saying "Unable to edit with “Edit in Affinity Photo”" "An unexpected error occurred.". Would someone please help me figure out what I'm doing wrong here? Some information on my setup: 2017 iMac 27" 5K, 3.8GHz Quad Core i5, 40 GB RAM, AMD Radeon Pro 580 (8GB), 2 external monitors (NEC MultiSync EA232WMi), macOS Catalina 10.15, Wacom Intuos (Small, Bluetooth, 2018). Thanks!
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