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  1. @Mike Swartzbeck, You can also use the commands in the menu Window > Arrange.
  2. Simply place the proprietary file in question several times in your document (File > Place). After double-clicking on an object, you can edit it in a new window independently of the others.
  3. You can change the installation path in Windows after you have installed Affinity Photo. To do this, go to Apps in the settings, click on the programme entry and then on the "Change" button.
  4. I can't see the layer state in your V1 screenshots because the layer name is too long. So I can't see the bracket value. But I have now tested it in both versions. Both versions behave absolutely identically (under Windows): When an image is rasterised, the editable information disappears. However, a non-editable dpi display is still visible. Maybe a Mac user can comment on this to see if it is a Mac problem.
  5. Have you rasterised the image? Then this information is no longer available at this point. Do you have a screenshot of your layers panel?
  6. @TommoHawkk, the information at the top left of your screenshot is also there in V2. Make sure you have the Move tool selected and the image is selected.
  7. It sounded like you were still using version 1. In version 2 the resource management is in the menu "Window" (at least in Windows).
  8. Welcome to the forums here! I am not sure if I have understood you correctly. Why do you want to see the information again in another place? But you can also see the most important image data in the resource management (menu View > Manage Resources).
  9. In principle, you have to buy the software for each system separately. An exception is the universal licence, which is available for V2. With the universal licence, you purchase the entire Affinity suite for all platforms.
  10. This is not a good idea! With "Recolor" you merely colour a black and white variant of the image monochromatically. The result is an image that consists of only one colour. The different colour tones are created depending on the existing brightness levels. White remains white and black remains black. All other original colours are lost.
  11. I cannot reproduce this on Windows. Does it depend on the size or the extension? Look in the File > Placement Rule menu to see which method is selected.
  12. Therefore, rasterise beforehand! R e m a r k : You can rasterise a copy of the vector object. This way the vector object is preserved.
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