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  1. I haven't used LR for a while so I can't try this myself, but have a look at http://blog.thomasfitzgeraldphotography.com/blog/2016/4/how-to-use-affinity-photo-as-an-external-editor-for-lightroom
  2. Thanks for those - I'd been hoping they were a bit more ambiguous
  3. Could you provide a link to that, please?
  4. Please don't stop asking basic questions - I thrive on them!
  5. This looks similar to the problem of unselected areas bleeding into blurred selected ones. I can't see how blending comes into it though.
  6. It makes sense to me and I'd welcome it, but I don't know what the original thinking was when Photo and Designer were setup with a shared forum.
  7. Try this:- Open a.rawfile, process and then develop it. Save as layers.apfphoto (a.rawfile is now closed) <1> Open a.rawfile, process and then develop it. Copy the layer Close a.rawfile Paste the layer into layers.afphoto If more layers are needed repeat from 1
  8. At risk of stating the bleedin' obvious, some cameras can embed copyright details in the EXIF data. It might be hidden in a menu somewhere.
  9. That seems to be a reasonable assumption - so far as I know there are no image editors that support HEIF (yet).
  10. Apple now support HEIF in macOS and iOS.
  11. When multiple images are opened simultaneously in AP the image tabs aren't ordered. It would be helpful to have the ability to order them alphabetically.
  12. OK - thanks for the quick response!
  13. Each OS requires a separate licence. Windows licences are handled by Serif while Macs are handled by Apple - they can't use a common license.
  14. If I select a number of files to open simultaneously, the ordering of the image tabs isn't quite alphabetical (E.g. a,b,c,e,d). I know I can rearrange the tabs, but is there any way I can force them to be sorted?
  15. AP doesn't do that - image filing / cataloging is something that will be handled by a future Affinity DAM. How far in the future we don't know!