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  1. @Dan C thanks a lot. What solved was ran the file installtakeownership.reg from inside the folder C:\Program Files\WindowsApp
  2. @Dan C thanks for answering. Unfortunately it didn't work for blender or even launch the app from windowapp's folder. It seems I own the folder as well as trustedInstaller.
  3. Hey Guys! I saw a tip from blendersecrets which I found very handy. Set an app in blender to quick edit textures. My problem: I've bought Affinity Photo from Microsoft Store. I've set Photo.exe in blender path which didn't work. So I've noticed I can't launch the app directly from microsoftapp's folder (C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\SerifEuropeLtd.AffinityPhoto\Program: photo.exe) It works just clicking in start menu or similar. I Can't find any other folder to set it in blender. *I did the process with affinity designer which I bought from serif store and It works fine.
  4. Hey guys, I have a similar question. why the grayscale doesn't match with K (cmky)? If I set k:50 and switch to grayscale the value is 61 If I set any value in grayscale or pick a color in grays palette and switch to cmky it uses the four colors and not only K.
  5. Hey @Dan C, thanks! Yes, it solves the issue. I'm just curious because it happens only in filters and views in photo 1.9. This doesn't happen in other items from menu bar, windows or designer 1.9.
  6. I don't know if it is a bug or not but since I updated affinity photo to 1.9 the menu bar "filter" and "view" is opening to the other side. This happens only in affinity photo 1.9.
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