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  1. i uninstalled Affinity Publisher now the Affinity Photo icon appears instead of Quicktime. also, as a test i created a new macos user to access the external media drives & the same thing happened Affinity Photo incorrectly thinks it is one of its files but it is not — these are Camera RED RAW video files this should be a thumbnail icon of the RED RAW footage i verified this on two different user operating systems any ideas? thank you in advance i do not want to uninstall Affinity Photo nor do i want to uninstall Affinity Designer
  2. thank you, old bruce for your response :) yes, i restarted but issue is still there. im about to uninstall Publisher
  3. macos 10.13 Affinity Publisher 1.7.3 is Defaulting as the Default app for video? when/after importing many thousands of video files from professional cinematography cameras, canon, red, etc into macos 10.13 Publisher is defaulting as the application to open the file causing the video to be inoperable? video used to import fine prior to installing Affinity Publisher anyone else having this issue? the video & icon should be defaulting to Quicktime file format & Quicktime icon not Publisher changing the default application in the 'info' window in the Finder does not help any ideas? thank you in advance
  4. howdy :) is there a way to save export settings in affinity photo — make user defined presets? for example, different size .jpegs, resample & quality settings for future use & applications? i dont see an option for this in the export window nor a way to edit/save the default presets thank you! :)
  5. integration with canon proline printers canon pro-4000 printer plug in for their canon 'print studio pro' interface so we can make sweet prints that we've made using affinity photo :) pretty please with sugar on top :)
  6. shouldnt the sky be almost black & the green leaves white with infrared photography? for example, with konica film stock ah, ok, that was a color demo converting to b&w by adding an extra adjustment layer will give the photo an infrared look of b&w film stock layer>adjustment layer>black&white red=300% cyan=0% blue=140%
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