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  1. Alas, my monitor's colour profile is already sRGB iec61966-2.1. so no luck there - thanks for the reply though Thanks for the reply my dude So if I understand correctly, this is just inevitable because most photo viewers are not colour managed and will boost saturation? I tried comparing photos from affinity photo vs flickr vs windows, and images uploaded to flickr matched the colours in affinity a whole lot better than windows photo viewer, so I'm happy since the end viewer should see it mostly correctly. I think I'm happy enough with it now knowing it's just windows photo viewer.
  2. Hey guys, so I have this issue, every single image I edit faces this. When I export, the file created is more saturated than what it appeared to be in affinity. Here is an example - the exported image, and the file in affinity that I exported from. Does anybody know what might be causing this or how to fix this? Thanks for your input my dudes
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