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  1. Hi John, thanks for the suggestion. I will have a look at that and then decide ... At first glance the suggestion of Walt seems more attempting and an easier way to go to me. Walt has good arguments and a simple solution (carl123 also suggested it): "In any case, I would make that a separate macro, rather than trying to have one macro that does resizing and other actions." I think my request is answered - no further comments needed. I thank all of you for fast and great support! apollo_de
  2. Thanks carl123, I knew that. The idea behind was, that there were far more tasks I wanted to be done by the macro - resizing was just the first part of the procedure ... Didn't want to break the process into parts. Any other ideas welcome ... Cheers, apollo_de
  3. Hi, didn't find a solution by searching the forum ... the problem: I've multiple images, for simplicity say two, with different pixel sizes (w x h): 1. 4032 x 3024 px 2. 3600 x 2700 px I want to do a simple batch operation, to just reduce the height to say 1080 px, keeping the aspect ratio. Trying to write a macro failed, because the images differ in size and the menu Document > Resize Document ... > ... doesn't allow to leave one of the Size fields (width/height) unpopulated, so that every image would have a height of 1080 px and an adapted width. Currently one of these two images will always have an unwanted aspect ratio. I'm just wondering because Photoshop Elements has the ability to leave either the width or the height field free and all images are "batch-resized" properly, keeping the correct aspect ratio. I don't want to change Apps all the time ... is there a AP solution, did I miss something? TIA, regards, apollo_de
  4. Hi, just to remind: Affinity Designer also suffers from this shadows/highlight adjustment thingy. Guess the same module as in Photo is used ... But thanks for the suggested workaround!
  5. Hi, I've got an Affinity Designer file exceeding a certain size, say 12000 x 6000 px (about 102 x 51 cm / 300 dpi for printing on a canvas), only containing a rectangle. When exporting as TIFF the resulting file works fine with Affinity Photo, QuickTime Player 7 and Perfect Photo Suite 8, but it can't be opened neither by OSX 10.11.5 preview app ("maybe the file is damaged or in an inappropriate format") nor by Photoshop 4 or Photoshop Elements 11 ("could not complete the command because there is not enough memory (RAM)" - although there's a lot of ...) or by the print shop's Photoshop CC. On the other hand, a smaller sized file, say 10000 x 5000 px and less, works fine with all applications ... Bug or feature or do I miss something? ;-) Kind regards, opalla_de pixel_size_10000x5000_8bit.tiff pixel_size_10000x5000.afdesign pixel_size_12000x6000_8bit.tiff pixel_size_12000x6000.afdesign
  6. Just to let the Affinity team know: Affinity Photo 1.4.1 crashes, using these steps: 1. open a picture 2. use filter frequency separation 3. setting a radius 4. clicking quick mask 5. selecting brush tool --> crash Regards opalla_de
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