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  1. Hello: I run photo on my iMac. Now i want to buy and install, iPad version of photo. I tried to follow the steps on the recent offer (discount) of the software. However when directed to go to the App store, I am having problems with Apple and passwords. As your customer, can I buy directly from Affinity, as I did when I bought Phto for the iMac. If so, the software would be run on another computer (iPad, my wifes) with an address of [mail removed].   My address remains the same, [mail removed].

    Incidentally, you have special priced the software in $21.99  Canadian dollars in your eMail to me, yet if I go to the App store, its in US Dollars

    Cheers Diggs


  2. 6 hours ago, αℓƒяє∂ said:

    The earliest supported model is the iPad Air 2, which is what I have. As for storage, anything from 32 GB upwards should be sufficient.

    A stylus, although recommended, is not a prerequisite. If you want to use an Apple Pencil you will need either a 2017 iPad or a 2018 iPad, or any of the Pro models. I occasionally use a Meko stylus with my iPad, but I mostly just use my finger.

    Alfred...... Thanks for this it makes my choice easy  Diggs

     


  3. I am already using Affinity Photo, on an iMac. Now want to move to an iPad.  My current iPad is one of the first models (A1935). 16GB. I am am considering a refurbished model from Apple Canada. I believe the 9.7" retina  screen would be adequate. Question: What model do you recommend with size of GB. Secondly do you require a 'wand' of any kind?

    Thanks in advance  Diggs 


  4. Missing icon 'In Paint Missing Areas' when attempting panorama. This is the first time I tried it after watching the tutorial. After the panorama is completed and being 'rendered' the icon called "In Paint Missing Area' is supposed to appear. It does not. I am running iMac E Capitan and everything else appears to work.


  5. Adding to the 

     

    I sat down and went through a numbers of the tutorials which are as excellent as I expected, having used Designer and now Affinity Photo (Betas thru RTM). Thank you very much for whisking me through the important points and designing such excellent videos.

     

    For those of us who are using the programs on MacBooks, I am being bold in requesting that it might be easier for us (me) to follow if the cursor movements in the videos could be highlighted when they stop and pick a tool (like a brief red circle highlight) because I was paying so much attention to the dialog that it was a bit hard to follow the cursor and tool choices movements.

     

    Perhaps it was because I was more anticipating seeing what 'magic' you have created with the tools and listening to the clear distinguish dialog, that I missed some movements across the screen. I really did not want to stop the tutorial because it was so excellent and logical in its flow.

     

    Smugly, I should think that you could whip out a development copy of your upcoming Affinity Video - (? grin ?) and use the magic 'follow action' tool!

     

    Bruce

    Bruce, I would like to support the second para, regarding the highlighting of the cursor as it follows the dialogue. otherwise the videos are excellent.

    Diggs


  6. I recently purchased Affinity Photo and so far I am impressed. Using the video tutorials has been a great help. However in using the Video that describes the Dodge and Burn, I was attempting to follow the mouse to see how the width control was accomplished. The mouse did NOT move to the top command line and choose a width, but rather appeared to be controlled by some other process, transparent to the eye. Is there another way of controlling the width control?

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