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    Photography, light aircraft, model aircraft, F1000,

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  1. OK. I'm ready now, but I don't suppose that counts I'm sure it will be worth the wait.
  2. Great, thanks. My computer has started bringing up the beta by default since I installed it, so rather than change that I'll keep using the beta. Do you know roughly when the retail version will be released?
  3. I see now that when files created in 1.6 are opened in the beta, it gives a warning that if modified they might no longer be able to be opened in 1.6. Does this mean there's a risk that they also possibly won't be able to be opened in the production version of 1.7 when it is released?
  4. Yes, it seems to have solved the orf problem.
  5. Thanks, I didn't realise there are different forums. Found it on Stuart
  6. I downloaded 1.7 only to find it's a mac file. Is there a Windows version?
  7. I'm using Photo, and following @DanC's advice soved the problem. Thanks!
  8. Well, it's over a year now - is this problem ever going to be fixed?
  9. Recently my Windows Affinity has been refusing to close, I need to use Task Manager to make it quit. When I try to close it, even if I haven't loaded any file in that session, it says "Quitting: At least one file is currently being opened. Please wait for files to load before quitting the application". Can anyone please tell me how to stop it doing this? Thanks.
  10. Is there any progress on this issue? It's not difficult to work around, but it is a bit tedious given the excellence of the rest of Affinity.
  11. Hi Dan, I apologise, I must have only looked at RAW images in Affinity but had looked at a partner JPG in the viewer programs (I had my M1 set to only record in RAW but the M5 to record in both). I've opened the M5's JPG in Affinity now and the histogram is correct. Stuart
  12. Hi Dan C, That's a relief (to me!) I'd noticed that the images performed normally in that Exposure or Levels can restore a "normal" histogram and the results appear OK after usual processing, but I figured something was wrong and assumed it was me. Great, I can live with it and look forwards to the fix. Thanks, Stuart
  13. I'm using an Olympus OM-D EM-1 mk2. Recently I've noticed that all RAW and JPG images straight from the camera that I open in Affinity have a histogram which is mainly on the left, little above 100 and nothing above 150. I've taken some test shots and made sure the histogram on the camera spans the full range. These show in Olympus Viewer 3 and in XNViewMP as having a histogram from 0 to 255. I've done this as well on my OM-D EM-5 mk 2 and got exactly the same sort of result. Is there some setting in Affinity that I've changed, as I've not seen this behaviour before in 2 years of using it. Thanks.

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