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  1. Sorry, too late! Reinstalled the new versions (1.7.1.404) of AD and AP with a clean reinstallation. Anyway …both crashed or freeze at least three times! Cheers
  2. See screenshot for details Randomly crash, so can't reproduce! Windows10 - 1903 (build SO 18362.175)
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    Affinity Photo Raw Histogram

    ...Same issue here with olympus .ORF file!
  4. Hi Gregory, Well, good to know. Anyway totally agree with you, with 2K and 4K monitors the possible solutions are however limited and pretty ineffective and makes monitors with resolutions higher than 1920 x1080 useless, on both OS! So, again, I agree with you and others users, "...we need a more flexible way to resize the font size / icons, soon!" Regards
  5. Agree with you! The only ways to get a UI with larger and more readable fonts and icons, especially on monitors with resolutions greater than 1920x1080 is to adjust the size of text, apps, and all other items by selecting: Settings>Ease of Access>Display>Make text bigger to make only the text on your screen larger. Or, select an option from the drop-down menu under Make everything bigger to change the size of everything on your screen. Basically the same tweaking is possible on Mac Os. Also IMHO, still not enough. I hope in Seriff implement soon, a specific scaling UI function in AP and AD. Cheers!
  6. Hi Alfred, maybe You are Right!...anyway I'm a little doubtful, so I will use A.P. and A.D., with all free upgrades, just till new version comes out and I will see the offers of the market...Thanks, cheer!
  7. Thanks for the answers, I considered the fact that with every new version of AP. and A.D. we have to make a paid upgrade and the price does not become very low, seems like a subscription and for those with different computers/device -i.e. A.P. and A.D. for windows and MacOs- the price raise up to €219,96, and IMHO it's not a very low price! Others similar software at least are multi platform/device and with just a licence code or account You can install wherever you want, so user can easily manage everything, also the general workflow. Anyway, thanks again for the answers. I will use AP and AD, till version 2.0 comes out. However, in a couple of years of use I can say “they do their job” pretty well! Over time, I will see the offers that the market will offer... Thanks again. Best regards.
  8. Hello, I purchased Windows versions of Affinity photo and Affinity Design. I read that to have even the Mac OS version, we have to buy a new license, unfortunately at full price! Then... can You please, consider making a special price to those who have already bought a license for an OS versions and would like to buy one more for a different OS? I believe and surely also many other users will be happy. Thank You. Best regards!
  9. Hi all. So ...by following the steps to reproduce the bug: Create a new document and then create a pixel layer. Activate the Paint Brush tool. Press Spacebar + Left Mouse Button and start panning around. Release Spacebar while still keeping Left Mouse Button pressed. Instant crash. Here Affinity Photo just istantly quit, with any kind of message! :-O Windows 10 - 64 bit
  10. You are welcome! In a couple of words... JPEG or JPG is a compressed file format and when You convert a file from a RAW you loss some information and quality -based on the output quality you have choose- is a standard and "light file" format, suitable for many purposes. If you need a professional prints or you need a maximum digital quality without any loss of quality/informations, better choose TIFF format, "heavy file", For example for offset print and quality photo. Anyway if U shot in RAW You can always choose all formats you want and when You want, Your RAW file always keep all your shot info. I suggest you a good link to read: https://affinityspotlight.com/article/raw-actually/ Cheers!
  11. HI, and welcome... Possible reasons: -Your camera is not supported/fully implemented -The engine of the two software are different and so you got different color rendering - Chek if you image is 32 bit HDR or rgb 16Bit in "develop assistant" and no automatic filter are applied (like tonal curve) - You have set two different color profiles for DPP4 and AP. Develop persona, It's mostly a simple RAW converter/developer and photo editing module, that offer a workflow like “ad0b.”Camera RAW, just one RAW file to manage exposure, shadows an so on, and then finish the job on PS. In Affinity Photo is pretty the same! Open your RAW for a general/first adjustments/development, then click Develop to finish your job in Photo Persona! Unfortunately, Affinity Photo Develop also has some management issues with histograms... in many cases are completely "moved to left." So my personal tips is: develop your Raw file in DPP4 because is better optimized and surely fully support your camera, and then move directly to Affinity photo Persona, It's really powerful, for further adjustments and manipulations. . Hope I have not forgotten anything else to help you, and hope someone else will help you further more. Cheers.
  12. You are welcome!... good to know. Cheers.
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    RAW Histogram

    Hi all, Exactly the same problem here! Incorrect histogram ..."on the left", with or without assistant enabled. Monitor and software are correctly calibrated (Spyder pro) Checked with other software Olympus viewer, XnviewMP, Fastone and many RAW files (.orf) Also for me, RAW Develop persona, is not very useful and not even reliable, as it is! I hope You guys resolve this as soon as possible. For now I'm using Olympus viewer3, is slow, but it works. Best regards.
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