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    Learning Affinity Photo and Affinity Design
  1. That's very handy too, but mostly I was also so quick that I already closed the file.. I now remember to open a recent file, but I don't save document history in an attempt to save available memory. But thanks for your tip:)
  2. To my knowledge Affinity saves files at the last location. I would really find it very helpful if Affinity would save a file at the location where from the raw file is openend, because now I never can find back where Affinity left my file.. :P
  3. I noticed recently the huge affinity files. I deleted them, often between 200 and 300 MB. Never saved history. Now I just keep the raw. This is only the case in editing a raw file, so now I devolop raw. Export the first edit as an tiff. Close the raw devolopment without saving and make further edits on the tiff file. I am not experienced and knowingly enough to know wether with this space-saving action, I might loose some information? Anyhow, it seems to go well this way.
  4. I have the same problem, affinity says to have succesfully inported the brushes but I can't find them back. I am sitting in Persona.. (affinity 1.4.2 by the way) Oh I see, I am in the wrong topic, It's on mac, this is beta windows, didn't find a delete button here, sorry.. :D
  5. I love the tutorials and always do what is told with the video, I take a screen take and use that to apply.. Works mostly sufficient, but.. in a video as today the screentake is to blurry to have aliasing edges. So I wonder, is it possible to download that file somewhere for a better quality in doing the practice? Overal, thank you very much for these videos, I watch them reguarly over and over again. Nice voice and way of talking too.
  6. I'm out of likes.. (spent my daily quote), but thanks very much:)
  7. Although watched a lot of tutorials and doing what is done in the video step by step, these video's are very welcome. Some real basic things I now see in your video's.. before often wondering why something went wrong one time, and good another.. This is a wonderful learning way for me. Thank you, seeing out for the next ones:)