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  1. Hello Dave, thanks for sharing the pdf, really great.
  2. Apologies for late response, (playing catchup). On the DScolour Labs Technical Support webpage is a "Step by Step guide to Editing your image" (- http://dscolourlabs.co.uk/about/Technical_Support), which suggests photos should be edited in sRGB colour working space, softproofed using their Lustre or Gloss profiles, (which can be downloaded & installed). Then if you are happy with the result, to select the appropriate colour profile using "Edit/Convert to Profile". However at http://dscolourlabs.co.uk/about/NEWNEW_Technical_Support, they 'DSC' state "DON'T FORGET TO SAVE YOUR IMAGE IN sRGB AND USE THE CORRECT PAPER PROFILE IF REQUIRED." Which I find confusing.
  3. Thanks owenr, very much appreciated. I understood the assigned profile was to enable consistent viewing on the monitor and shouldn't change the data, but was not sure what happened when exporting. Very succinct answer.
  4. I want to resize a TIFF image to use as a target to test existing printer drivers with a new photo paper, prior to creating a printer profile. The test TIFF image I want to use has no assigned profile, i.e. not sRGB, Adobe 1998 etc. I wish to resize it in Affinity Photo then export it again as a TIFF image. As soon as it is loaded, Affinity adds "Assigned Profile (Adobe 1998)....to this unprofiled document". My question is how can I export it without any colour enhancement being applied? Thanks for any help.
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    Microsoft Windows Developer Awards 2018

    Best wishes for a win. Needs more support though, I noticed "Todoist" is currently 35% and Affinity 26% David
  6. This is a wonderful resource for to new users and as a reference. Well done for sharing all your hard work. Many thanks.
  7. Additionally, the brushes are controlled from the brush panel on the top right, (ringed in blue), extra brush types are available from the lower tab, by left mouse clicking the "Basic" tab.
  8. Usually on a 'Surface', the left and right square cursor keys, below the "=" key will decrease or increase the size. Also with the brush tools, holding down the left and right mouse keys and the Alt key, then moving the mouse left and right will decrease and increase the brush size. If you then move the mouse up or down it will additionally adjust the hardness of the brush. ​Please see screen copy attached. Hope it helps?
  9. It would be helpful to know the location in Windows for other members.
  10. Hi All, Just for the record, there are probably more newbies like me who occasionally have a crash, but ignore it as one probably thinks it's something carried out incorrectly. But having read the previous comments I realised I had also seen it before, so just checked that the problem is repeatable on two different computers: I am running two versions of Affinity Photo 1.5.0.45 both on Windows 10. A desktop with SSD & i7, 16GB and ASUS R9 280 graphics card, the other an ASUS laptop i5 with 6GB, both will crash with one photo displayed when you open Help for the second time - repeatable.
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    Affinity Photo 1.5 has launched!

    You should have received emails from Affinity shop, the "Affinity order confirmation...." email has a sentence halway down which states "Your free macro pack is available from here." the "here" is the link to the download, hope that helps?
  12. Hi Mapline, Thanks for the downloads and yes it will be very useful. Did you post the keyboard map a few weeks ago? I just tried searching for it without success. I note that you have not added Ctrl & Alt commands, however one very useful Alt command is Alt + left and right mouse keys together: - Horizontal drag of the mouse increases/decreases brush size, vertical movement increases/decreases the hardness.
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