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  1. Well, this last time that i used affinity to do real estate hdr merges, this issue did occur after every two sucessful hdr merges. I could do a recording, but all you will see is how the error message pops up on the screen. When i got the error message, i then tried to save to the desktop and got the same error message from the mac system. Here is the text of that error... "Failed to save document: /Volumes/MotherShip/MS Home/*The Photo-Biz-IMAGES/Jobs/2020/Evolve/10716 Ponderosa/Finals/MasterBth2.afphoto. Save failed because you do not have permission to create a file in that location. Do you wish to save the document to a new file?" FYI, that error message would say the same if i tried to save to the desktop folder, with the desktop folder listed in the error message.
  2. I am doing some hdr merges for a real estate job. This program keeps giving me an error message after i save two hdr merges. Here is the error message... Failed to save document: /Volumes/MotherShip/MS Home/*The Photo-Biz-IMAGES/Jobs/2020/Evolve/10716 Ponderosa/Finals/MasterBth2.afphoto. Save failed because you do not have permission to create a file in that location. Do you wish to save the document to a new file? The permissions thing is bullshit. it says that for any folder that i am trying to save the image. this is really frustrating because it makes no sense. It will save 2 files fine and then this stupid error. I have to quit the application and start the merge over again. Please help!! I am using a macbook pro running mac os 11.01. I have updated affinity to 1.8 version
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