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    Vertical text

    Thanks Alfred and PixelPest. It works !!
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    Vertical text

    Thanks PixelPest. I will try the "Frame text". I previously used (a long time ago, before I had a Mac) the copy and paste method with Photoshop, which worked, but was less flexible. Now, I write in Japanese using the keyboard facilities, of course. I have just found a turnaround : I press the "Return" key after each character. And it works well !! Thanks for your time. And Happy New Year !!
  3. Hi, I work with an occidental version of Affinity Photo, but know some Japanese and would like to insert a vertical Japanese text into a picture. I couldn't find how to write a text vertically in Affinity Photo. Would you know that ? And I don't know how to add "Japanese" to the list of the defect languages.... Thanks a lot, Robert
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    [Multi] Vertical text arrangement

    Hi butyroger, I work with an occidental version of Affinity Photo, but know some Japanese and would like to insert a vertical Japanese text into a picture. I couldn't find how to write a text vertically in Affinity Photo. Would you know that ? And I don't know how to add "Japanese" to the list of the defect languages.... Thanks a lot, Robert
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    Awfully saturated colors on second display

    It looks like if the RGB values were kept in the main window when going from sRGB to (almost) Adobe RGB 1998 of my calibrated NEC.
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    Awfully saturated colors on second display

    Hi Matt, Unfortunately, it gives me the same hyper saturated result when I open an image from AP when it is already on my second monitor. Thanks, Robert
  7. Hi, My configuration: MacBook Pro Retina 15" with i7, RAM 16 Go, NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 2048 Mo, Yosemite (updated). Second display : calibrated NEC PA242, connected to the MBP through mini display port (Thunderbolt) to display port. Used Softwares : Capture One, Lightroom 6.1, Photoshop CS6, and of course Affinity Photo. My problem: When displaying the images (tif or RAW dng) on the second display (calibrated NEC) with (or without) a soft proofing (for instance my printer profile), all of my softwares give me good (and same) colors, EXCEPT Affinity Photo, which gives me awfully saturated colors on the main window. Curiously, the AP thumbnail (below the adjustment layers) displays correct colors !! When displaying the images on my MBP, all of 4 softwares give me correct and same colors. I have tried disabling openGL in AP preferences, but with no better result. Thanks for your help. Regards, Robert
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    second display

    OK Thanks Digigravwure. Yes, the color profile is Prophoto RGB. And what is very curious is that the image in the navigator is quite good (normal colors). Only the main view is very saturated. I will find out !! Thanks again, Regards, Robert
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    second display

    Yes, I know quite well that Adobe RGB is wider than sRGB. But this doesn't explain why 3 softwares work well and AP doesn't. Regards, Robert
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    second display

    Hi, Thanks for your reply. Briefly: On the MBP (sRGB), all the images are the same (same colors) : Capture One, Lightroom, Photoshop, Affinity Photo. On the NEC (my reference, Adobe RGB 1998), 3 of the images are the same (same colors) : Capture One, Lightroom, Photoshop. The one displayed on the AP view is awfully saturated. Regards. Robert
  11. Hi, I usually work with 2 displays, the one of my MacBook Pro with the tools, and the other being a calibrated one (NEC) on which my soft proofing is displayed. Anyway, when I open a tif on my MacBook Pro using AP, I have colors that look like the ones obtained with other softwares (Capture One Pro, Photoshop CS6, Lightroom 6.1), but when I move the AP screen to the NEC, the colors turn awfully saturated. This is not the case for the 3 other softwares. Is there any trick I didn't guess ? Thanks a lot. Robert
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