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  1. DxO, first paid version. Right now I don't have the funds to buy the 2.0, and frankly, I shouldn't need to.
  2. Update: it just started happening again. I've been processing a few photos in a row, and the preview comes up blank. I mean, WHAT?
  3. PS. This seems to come and go. Right now it seems to work again?
  4. I am using Affinity Photo, latest version, on a Mac. As unsatisfactory as things have been, the latest fix seemed to make Nik usable again on Affinity. Until just now, when all of a sudden - and mind you, nothing had changed in my setup from one moment to the next, other than me opening another file - Color Efex and Silver Efex came up with basically empty previews. As in, you see just a B&W raster screen, that is it. I mean, can we make this a stable thing here, people? When it crapped up last time, we got some BS about how Photo wasn't meant to support PS plugins (which is why there's a plugins folder etc.?!?!), and I understand we can't just wave a magic wand over some things. But I mean, COME ON, PEOPLE!!!
  5. OMG, this has got to be the stupidest thing. When you copy adjustment layers from another document, unlike photoshop the layer is the dimension of that first document. It doesn't adjust to where it's dragged, no matter what you fill it with. That should DEFINITELY be fixed. Jeezes.
  6. I know how to use layer masks. I know what to do w/ them. It seems that Affinity Photo doesn't. If I paint w/ black on a layer mask I expect the photo to show a result in the viewer, but it doesn't. Or it only does on parts of it and on the others it's as I'd never painted on them.
  7. and BTW, i just experienced the same thing again. this time on an adjustment layer with only one mask. i could paint on one side of the mask and it would register, but not on the other. this is not normal behavior.
  8. I'm currently on the Beta version of Photo owing to the Nik Filter issues this resolves. However, the issue I am seeing should have nothing to do with that, it occurs on both versions. I recorded a macro when I first got on Affinity Photo which selects the background layer, duplicates it, fills the original layer with white, and as a last step renames the copied layer "Layer 1". All of a sudden every once in a while, the only thing I get is a blank layer filled with black on top of the background layer called "Layer 1". It's hit and miss. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.
  9. I should have phrased it better. The issue occurred when I put a mask on an actual layer and painted on it. Nothing happened.
  10. It's like, you paint on the mask, and nothing happens. I mean, WTH?
  11. This is a bug regarding adjustment layers. So I have a picture open and I make a brightness adjustment. Apart from the fact that the layer mask isn't automatically added to the adjustment layer, like in PS - but I can live w/ that - when I do make adjustments, they are not reflected in the file. Like I paint on the layer mask I just manually added in black or white, and it's like I never did anything. This isn't just an issue w/ the new beta, it's been an issue. Is this a memory problem? What is going on here?
  12. dolunaykiz

    Affinity Photo Customer Beta (1.7.1.141 - GM Seed)

    Second that. Viveza still shows the washed-out colors, but I can live w/ that. Thanks!!
  13. dolunaykiz

    Nik Collection 1 Issues

    They told me Nik Collection 1 (2018), which is what just bombed.
  14. dolunaykiz

    Nik Collection 1 Issues

    They should have provided you with an upgrade option? I'd contact DxO. On a lighter note, those plugins used to be $150 EACH...
  15. dolunaykiz

    Updating Fonts

    That would be very much appreciated.
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