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Xzenor

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  1. There's nothing wrong with that picture bud... Don't rule out the LSD. Just kidding of course but Affinity does not do animation. Nothing.
  2. Wasn't this about the crop tool in Designer instead of Photo? It is indeed completely useless and does not work as expected at all.. The one in Photo works just fine..
  3. Oh that's odd. It's really faster for me with OpenCL turned on but I've had it hang so many times now that I've turned it off. It became unworkable. I preferred the 1.9.1 way where it would just visually screw up the effects on the image and I could still save first before manually restarting Affinity Photo, instead of having to rely on the autosave feature.
  4. Nevermind, the second one was Microsoft Remote display.. Uninstalled that as well. The intel one was completely uninstalled. Still happening though. Once it reaches 4GB the screen goes pale, the titlebar get's all windows95 design again.. a bit of clicking produces the "Hey's it's not responding. Should we wait or put the program out of its missery?" dialog. Waiting never fixed anything.
  5. I can confirm that it stops hanging if I disable it. Could I provide additional data to help the developers?
  6. GeForce experience will make sure I'm up2date I checked to be sure and there's no update available atm.
  7. [DXCore] Found 2 adapters NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Version: 27.21.14.6589 IsHardware: Yes Supports D3D12 Feature Level 12.0: Yes HardwareID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_13C0&SUBSYS_367C0000&REV_A1 LUID: 0x11E6A Microsoft Basic Render Driver Version: 10.0.19041.546 IsHardware: No Supports D3D12 Feature Level 12.0: Yes HardwareID: PCI\VEN_1414&DEV_008C&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_00 LUID: 0x129F8 [OpenCL] Found 1 platforms: Name: NVIDIA CUDA Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation Version: OpenCL 3.0 CUDA 11.3.55 [OpenCL] Found 1 devices for platform NVIDIA CUDA: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation Version: OpenCL 3.0 CUDA [OpenCL] Found 1 platforms: Name: NVIDIA CUDA Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation Version: OpenCL 3.0 CUDA 11.3.55 [OpenCL] Found 1 devices for platform NVIDIA CUDA: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation Version: OpenCL 3.0 CUDA Installed TabletContext::Create: original queue size is 50 TabletContext::Create: new queue size is 128 Attempting to create Direct3D device on default adapter Setting screen DPI to 108.917922948074 (scale = 1.0) Exit Looks fine to me.. I am curious about that second adapter though. that's a bit odd. I disabled the onboard gpu in the Bios and it's no longer visible in the device manager (even with 'show hidden devices' enabled)
  8. Seems like it's happenening once it's out of video-ram. I tried clearing a bit onced it hanged by closing my browser, that's where the used vram goes down a bit but Affinity Photo did not recover from that.
  9. Nope. Not yet anyway. Worked without crashing or hanging in 1.9.0 and 1.9.1 (some weird behavior now and then but not breaking the software). I'm hoping it's not the cause because I really love the added performance. Since I don't see any "Yeah I have that too!" replies I'm assuming it's something on my end. Probably shouldn't be in the bugs-section..
  10. Heh, I found it anyway But there's no report.. It really just hangs and won't recover anymore so I guess that makes a bit of sense.
  11. Hi, So I just ran the benchmark and I noticed something.. Multiple GPU's. I mean, what? Is this for like, an SLI setup or is it actually possible to use multiple GPU's? And if so, would it be useful to add my older GPU to get some more processing power?
  12. I mean, it happened once in a while in the previous versions. But it's really very much more since 1.9.2. Almost daily. Is it just me? I've been able to open a recovery version every time after killing a hanging Affinity Photo but it's not fun. I've lost a bit of work this way. I'm lucky that I'm not making my money with this. Are there logs I can offer to see what's wrong? Edit: FYI, I'd be glad if it was just me. Then it'd be fixable on my end instead of having to wait for an update
  13. Hi, sorry for the late reply... I forgot about it 😳 I do have some onboard Intel thingy but it's disabled in the bios. It doesn't show up in the Device Manager anymore. I have not seen the issue anymore after this and we're at 1.9.2 now so maybe it's fixed. I am curious about what kind of Benchmark you're referring to though. Something like 3DMark? Or one less gaming-related?
  14. Nvidia GTX 980. Latest driver 461.92. Honestly, this is workable for me. I don't lose work because of it. It's an annoyance but that's all. I'm just reporting the bug because, well that's what you do with bugs. Report'm or else the devs don't know the problem exists. If it's no longer necessary for OpenCL related issues then just let me know and I'll stop reporting them until the next release. I've not seen a 'please! stop reporting this!' post yet like the one for the Unsplash bug 😅
  15. I'm blaming the hardware acceleration again in combination with running out of Video RAM.. It's not as bad as the first 1.9.0 release but this is in 1.9.1.979. Save document, restart affinity photo and reopen document and it's normal again so it's not exactly major but it is annoying and shouldn't happen. 2021-03-22_21-39-51.mkv
  16. Why do you have a problem with it? It's just reserved for the scrollbar, for when you have more layers than fit in the dialog. You don't want it it appearing/disappearing every time you open or close a group. That's seriously annoying. This just makes absolutely no sense at all and is based on nothing but your own imagination.
  17. Oh and another idea.. Are you perhaps able to install the version you were running before you tried installing 1.9.1?
  18. Good luck! Also, make sure your drivers are up2date. Use NVidia Experience if you don't want to manually check that.
  19. What @GarryP says.. Symbols! Here's a YouTube tutorial. I personally prefer video with hands-on examples over text and this was pretty easy to follow. Maybe it helps you too.
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