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    LUTs .cube on iPad AP

    I don’t have a Dropbox account, but I have tried from both iCloud and also locally on the iPad.
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    LUTs .cube on iPad AP

    Same issue for me. I can use the same .cube (stored in iCloud) on Affinity for Mac without issue. But it remains greyed out when trying to utilize it for iPad. Bummer.
  3. Hi MEB, Sounds good, looking forward to the update. I use Affinity to colour match my digital and film work and this would make it so much easier. :)
  4. Are there any plans to fix this issue? It makes the Luminosity sliders completely unusable. I'm using 1.4.1 and the problem persists.
  5. After a bit more experimenting I found that it only appears to be Luminosity adjustments that cause the strange artifacts. With some digging I found another user with the same issue (thread here: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/10455-luminosity-shift-issue-in-hsl-adjustment-affinity-photo/). I'm still not sure if this is a bug or if I'm simply being too heavy-handed.
  6. It would be extremely useful to see the percentage values for curves like many of Affinity's competitors. It would allow us to work in a much more nuanced way. The curves tool is awesome, this would take it to the next level. Being able to actually input numerical values would also be useful.
  7. Hi there, is there a way to see percentage values on a curve? Affinity's big curve window is awesome, but percentages would make it much easier to be precise.
  8. Hi there, I'm new to AP but have been using PS and LR for years. I've noticed that the HSL tool in Affinity Photo looks to be nearly identical (save for the omission of an "orange" channel). However if I use values in AP similar to the ones I would use in PS or LR the image ends up clipping or being posterized. Am I doing something wrong? I have attached an example. This is before using the HSL tool in AP. After HSL in Affinity Photo, notice the posterization effect, this does not occur in PS or LR. Maybe the scales are different?
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