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  1. Whoa. Typing *.35 does not give you the same result as typing .35. How is one supposed to know that they should add *? Methinks it's a screwy GUI.
  2. There doesn't seem to be a way of scaling images by a % value (e.g. select an image and scale it to 35%). I would like to be able to double click or option click on an image and enter a % value to scale the image. When manually scaling an image, selecting a corner and dragging it scales the image proportionally - in every other application one has to hold the "Shift" key down to constrain the image to scale proportionally. But the same rule doesn't apply when scaling by selecting the edge of a picture and dragging it. If you don't hold the shift key doing that the image scales in only one dimension. IMHO The Shift key should always be required to be pressed to constrain the scaling. (This is on MAC OS)
  3. Worked now (v 1.6.6). Must have been too many updaters :-)
  4. I've been trying to update my Photo to V1.6 from the MAC app store (spinning wheel icon but nothing is happening) Apple says the App store is running without problems. I tried downloading a different app - and that downloaded without a problem - so I don't think it's the app store or my MAC (running High Sierra) I tried restarting my MacBook Pro and signing out and then back in to the app store - but still no go. Anyone else having this problem?
  5. I would love to see Affinity Photo have something like the "Liquify" filter in PShop (see attached). That is the filter that allows you to make subtle facial geometry adjustments and it is extremely useful in portrait work. The filter works quite well in PShop, however, it only has auto face recognition. So, if it doesn't "see" a face because of things like beards and glasses fooling it, then you're out of luck using the tool. So, if this is something Affinity would include then it should include the ability for the user to manually identify facial features for adjustment.
  6. Quark has been dying a slow death for years and now that it has been acquired by Parallax Capital Partners - it may be finished. Quark lost a lot of its users to Adobe due to its poor service and arrogant attitude. That means there's only one pro page layout application - Adobe's InDesign - and I think that a great many users would like to move away from it. You've already got two of the trinity with photo and design. Just one more to make it complete.
  7. Quark has been dying a slow death for years and now that it has been acquired by Parallax Capital Partners - it may be finished. Quark lost a lot of its users to Adobe due to its poor service and arrogant attitude. That means there's only one pro page layout application - Adobe's InDesign - and I think that a great many users would like to move away from it. You've already got two of the trinity with photo and design. Just one more to make it complete.
  8. I see a BIG problem with this! All those new features and it's only a .08 update??? This should have moved it up to V 2 at least LOL! Great work. Looking forward to it - especially focus stacking.
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