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  1. Is there any future plans to create a dedicated file browser / organiser / editor / for Affinity Photo. I think this is the next logical step for Affinity Photo (in the vain of Adobe Lightroom). I know there is a Media Browser in the View Menu, and it would be nice if this started up with the media browser open maybe on a separate monitor. Maybe as a dedicated persona. I could then get rid of Abobe Apps altogether.
  2. I'm now convinced its something to do with the profile assigned (or lack of) to the TIFF image and has something to do with the fact that the original file was a Nikon RAW image. If I open the .NEF produced TIFF file in Preview then export as JPG - then open the JPG in Preview and export as TIFF - this file opens fine in Affinity Photo If I open the .NEF produced TIFF file in Preview then export as PNG - then open the PNG in Preview and export as TIFF - this doesn't open in Affinity Photo I have tried opening a PNG screenshots files in Preview then exporting these as TIFF images - these open perfectly in Affinity Photo.
  3. My specs: IMAC 3.4 Ghz i7 - 16GB memory - macOS Sierra 10.12.5 Affinity Photo version 1.5.2 Affinity Designer version 1.5.5 I use Preview on my mac to look at all my image files including camera specific RAW files When I load up an image in Preview then save as TIFF the outputted file doesn't render properly in either Affinity Photo or Affinity Designer. Here are some screenshots to make my point. Heres the original image along with Affinity Photo screenshot and Affinity Designer screenshot Heres Affinity Photos view (for some reason Affinity goes straight to Develop Persona) The Preview produced TIFF file opens in all my other applications including Photoshop, Photo Mechanic, Luminar, Safari, Firefox etc without any problems. Preview is the standard Apple app for viewing images so why is the produced TIFF unreadable? This TIFF was produced from a .NEF (Nikon Raw Image File) exported as a TIFF Wots going on?
  4. I was wondering whether it was possible to save the window layout? I'm running Mac version 1.5.2 with 2 monitors The first thing that I normally do is select - View-Media Browser Then place the browser on the second monitor, open my pictures folder, and make it full size to fill the screen I wish that Affinity Photo would open like that - can it be done? If not then this is a feature request :)
  5. I can't seem to find the image count number in the exif information in the developer module. MAC VERSION I think this information is very useful for finding out the cameras shutter life span. This information is available when opening the image in Preview and selecting show inspector-exif. Its under Image Number. If it isn't included might I suggest that it should be.
  6. Did you confirm my crashing using tiff files created in MAC Preview? I have rebooted many times to see if that helped - no luck I did upload the necessary files By the way I'm running Mac OS Sierra 10.12.3 iMac 27inch Late 2012 - 3.4 GHz Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory
  7. I am getting a large amount of crashes and sending information to Apple regarding Affinity Photo crashing when trying to load a .tiff file created in MAC preview. I have crash report if needed "Affinity Photo quit unexpectedly" Crashes when: a) Right clicking.tiff file and - Open with.....Affinity Photo & B) While in Affinity Photo and opening file from open menu My specs are: iMac 27inch Late 2012 - 3.4 GHz Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory