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  1. Hmm, that's 3/5 years in the past. We are now on AP 2.11 ... 🙂 And seeing that of course the export is mentioned in the history (why?) considering I did not change any export setting. I still don't see any need to save changes I did not make anywhere. So I guees it's still not a bug but a feature
  2. I was wondering if there is any need for a document being marked as "changed" after exporting the document? When I save my document, export afterwards and want to close it I get asked if I want to save the changes - what comes across as an unnecessary question since the export does not change anything in the before alredy saved document - but it just adds another user action to close the document. This may not seem important when working with a single document - but when processing plenty of files this can be seriously annoying.
  3. Affinity exports all SVG files with an identical Image ID. Wordpress can't deal with that. To distinguish between different SVG it needs unique Image IDs. I'd like to have the different Icons accessible from within the media library for re-usability purpose and because e.g. elementors widgets (icon box) don't support direct linking - instead they point to the media library or their own Icon Libraries.
  4. Like to bring up this issue again ... since (despite the fact that it solves the problem) of course this a pretty crippled solution. You can't manually edit large amounts of svg you export for wordpress. Would be a good idea to enable constantly increasing Object IDs with starting/offset value in the export dialog.
  5. Seriously? .... *big sigh* So basically RAW import is unusable ...
  6. I can't find a way to assign my custom camera profile at RAW import in AP2. You can assign an output profile but it seems there's always a standard (generic) import camera profile assiged - what is significantly different from my custom profile. Maybe I just can't find it .... Any help is appreciated. Cheers, Timo
  7. So just the usual marketing bs ... no surprise there ... On the other hand we should not expect to much in this direction. I guess there's currently quite some pressure on serif. While other companies show significant new features (mainly in the area of AI integration) it feels like Affinity is stagnating. And despite some new and nice features in V2 it was more panting after industry standards. We are not talking innovations here. Hard times ...
  8. That's true - if real scripting comes this functionality is most likely obsolet. Are there any further informations on the scripting topic? Node based programming?
  9. Thanks for your explanation. Looks like you all experienced that problem already. It sounds a bit like "it's not a bug - it's a feature" to me. Is it just me that feels like: that's really stupid? Of course you can do it this way - but does it make sense? The way it looks most of you power users seem to be happy with these "workarounds" ... has everybody already given up on improving Affinity ? Or maybe it's just my twisted thinking 🙂 and everything is perfect? 🙂
  10. Affinity Photo 2.1.1 Tiny issue here with macro parameters. I simply add an unsharp mask filter in a macro. Add the macro to my library. In the library make a right click on the new macro and select "Edit Macro". Now I change the parameters of the unsharp mask to new values. (re-checked that in the macro the new parameters are available by closing the macro and open the parameter settings again - all fine). Go to the library and execute the macro but still the old parameters are included. Go back to the macro and the old parameters are all back. Is there a hidden way one has to save the new parameters in a macro? Elsewise it seems like a bug. Cheers, Timo
  11. Stupid me ... should have tried that before (wasn't aware theres an import function for it) ... Thx ... pretty sure that does the job!
  12. Thanks for the information. It worked out fine after I copied the profile into the "profiles" folder (I'm using the EXE installation as well) ... I wish the procedure would have been described more clearly. Interestingly the standard OS profile installation (right click on the ICC file and selecting "install" from the popup) does not make the profile available for Affinity (That's what I tried before opening this topic here). The new profile shows up as installed in the windows color management - but does not show up in Affinity.
  13. I'm struggeling a bit with ICC Profiles for the softproof. I got an ICC profile fom my printing company and want to recheck color on my (calibrated) Monitor. But the ICC profile providesd does not show up in the list of availale ICC profiles in the softproof dialog. The file is located in the standard windows ICC folder C:\Windows\System32\spool\drivers\color. But Affinity doesnt show it. Is there another place I need to install it into? I guess it's a probnlem between my ears ... but can't see the solution right now. Thanks for yourt help Timo
  14. "He" is reading this thread And yes, I'm using Open Shell. Within the mentioned uninstall Options only the MSI Version is offered for uninstalling. But I eventually found an uninstaller that let me access Windows Apps and seperately uninstall them .... so I did get rid of the MSIX Version now. Thx for your help. Cheers, Timo
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