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MartinK

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  1. That's too bad. But thanks for your answer! In future, Serif would only have to point out that certain filters do not run optimally or poorly under Windows 7.
  2. No, the beta version has the same problem, although it is identical to the official version - and before that there were no beta versions with Liquify as a live filter.
  3. Hello, I have the same problem and wrote about that here: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/133306-liquify-as-live-filter-is-very-slow/&do=findComment&comment=734486
  4. Hello, as a loyal and enthusiastic user of Affinity Photo for many years, I was very excited about version 1.9 and installed it immediately, whereby I generally install every beta version in order to be able to try out the latest features. Now I have unfortunately found in the latest version (1.9.0.932) that the Liquify function as a live filter is very slow and is delayed compared to the destructive variant. I made a little video about this to illustrate it. My PC-System: Windows 7 Pro (64 Bit); MSI Z170-A PRO, Intel Core i7 6700K, 2x 16GB (1x 16384MB) Crucial CT16G4DFD8213 D
  5. Hello, I didn't know what is the right term for "Silbentrennung", so I took the first hit in google translator and wrote "syllabification". Thanks for the hint, walt. @Fixx Yes, there is a setting for it but it's pretty hidden in the panal "paragraph".
  6. Hello, I wish that the syllabification is not only possible for paragraphs and the command not so hidden. Regards Martin
  7. I know what you mean, walt, but I mean a simple function to flip a brush.
  8. Hello, first I'm very happy to see amongst other things that it's possible to rotate a brush - wonderful! But I don't see a possibility to mirror a brush which would be very useful. Please put in this with a next update! Greetings Martin
  9. Hello, the Perlin Noise function in Affinity is adequate for Clouds in Photoshop (Elements) and is used to design textures such as clouds, water surfaces, fire, smoke, etc. Now I noticed that in Affinity the fractal noise function is not randomly produced: No matter how many times I fill a level and then go to Filter -> Noise -> Perlin Noise: The result always remains the same. But if I choose in Photoshop Elements Render -> Clouds, the result is always random. Greetings Martin
  10. @Mark Ingram Of course I meant the extended clipboard of windows. And I already wrote that earlier versions of Affinity had no problem with it.
  11. Hello again, the same problem with the tool CopyQ - also an advanced clipboard manager . So it seems like that the latest version of affinity has a basic problem with the clipboard of windows.
  12. @Mark Ingram The error occurs with the installed and the portable version. I have the portable version since yesterday (before I had the installed version) and can reproduce the error with it.
  13. Hi Mark, thanx for your great support! You can get here a portable version of Ditto so you don't need install it.
  14. I found the solution: It was due to the tool Ditto, which serves to expand the clipboard in Windows. If it is active, the described error occurs in Affinity. Strangely there were no problems with the tool up to version 1.6.
  15. Hi Chris_K, in the german-speaking affinity forum some people have already written to me that they could not reproduce the error. Strange. Yes. No. No. The error occurs with every live filter. Greetings
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