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  1. Has anything changed? Last time I checked, color space and bit depth issues were still rampant with the “old” Nik suite, especially with Viveza and Color Efex, the two tools I mainly use, rendering AP's alleged support useless for me.
  2. Add to that color space issues, you need to convert to 8-bit sRGB.
  3. Any news on this? Edit: Never mind, retried things with the current beta. Seems to work better: transparency's gone, strange error message still pops up occasionally. Also, it suffers from the same color profile issues as do the Nik collection plugins in that ones other than sRGB result in false colors being displayed in-plugin.
  4. It's also the only one with which this happens out of those I use (entire Nik collection, Knoll Light Factory, and this). And to clarify, with "unresponsive" I mean that I can't interact with the application, clicking anywhere just gives a negative Windows "pling" (the kind you get clicking on a window with a modal dialog in the foreground), so I guess that some modality context isn't finished off as it should be or something.
  5. Attempting to run the Digital Film Tools Rays plugin (v2) on an image (pixel layer, no matter what color depth) gives me an error: "ChannelPorts not available". Not only doesn't the plugin work this way, once the message dialog has been closed, AP becomes unresponsive and needs to be killed via the task manager. This is on Windows 10 x64.
  6. Is it intentional that Affinity Photo foregoes adding an EXIF Software (Exif.Image.Software) tag when exporting images, as about any other image processing software does? As things are, it retains the tag's value (if present), indicating, say, Photoshop as creating software if the image has previously been processed therein. It's nothing major, but I'd like to see AP put itself in the tag, so as to enable me, for example, to easily recognize AP-exported photos in my DAM software. Thoughts?
  7. Yup, this should be an option, along with the type of compression (none/LZW/ZIP). Affinity Photo appears to save TIFFs uncompressed, rendering them needlessly large.
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