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  1. My understanding is that the Microsoft Store will become Google Android based similar to how the Microsoft Edge browser is now based on Google Chrome. So, will the current Affinity Windows apps still work once upgraded to Windows 11? Testing needs to be done. Windows 11 is currently available for download and will be pushed to all current Windows 10 computers in October or November. Might this mean that the Windows Affinity apps could be run on Android tablets as well?
  2. While web browser's can display any SVG file, the BIMI standard (Brand Indicators for Message Identification) requires files to be saved as SVG tiny 1.2 format. I had to go outside the Affinity family to export an SVG file in the SVG tiny 1.2 format. I would love to be able to do it directly in Affinity Designer.
  3. The fix is actually so simple. Be certain that the "OneDrive" app has actually been downloaded and installed on your computer! Head to the Microsoft Store app, search for "OneDrive" then Get and Launch. On reboot, the BSOD will be gone for all aps Affinity and others. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/onedrive/9wzdncrfj1p3?activetab=pivot:overviewtab
  4. I likewise had this same problem, but after a few hours found a solution! Despite the presence of the OneDrive image icon on lower right, as well as the presence of cldflt.sys in c:\windows\system32\driver folder ... you must ensure that the OneDrive App is installed on your system. Simply click the "Microsoft Store" icon, type "OneDrive" in search box, download, launch, reboot. That's all that's needed to end the BSOD!
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