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  1. When I use a macro I can't use the NIK-plugins until I flattened the image. Is this a Bug?
  2. It would be nice if we could delete a single item in a macro when building it... Also if we could move a layer while making a macro.
  3. I close the program by clicking the right upper X.
  4. Well, all the previous tries the program didn't...
  5. The problem is resolved: I didn't wait long enough for to write the .aphoto file befor I closed!
  6. I tried to attach a file, but did not succeed. When I right- clicked the file in Windows explorer the aphoto-file has 0 bytes. That is propably the reason why AP can't display it... I retried several times to save an aphoto file, but build Always writes a file with 0 bytes!
  7. ... so is the OP saying that this build cannot reopen its own files? :huh: Indeed, that's the point!
  8. An aphoto-file created with with beta cannot be reopened with this latest beta, nor with Affinity Photo 1.5.2. An aphoto-file created with 1.5.2 can be opened with beta
  9. Sorry! I got confused...
  10. Even without compression the tiff-files are not displayed in Canon Easy Photoprint EX and not printable...
  11. I am on a pixel layer, select the selection brush set it to add, set the width of the brush and click-drag over the zone I want to select. Idon't see anything happen, resise the brush, try again...nothing happens. I am still on the pixel layer and the brush is still set on add. When I click on new same ( = no) result. I click again on add and try again: no result... Sometimes it works at the first trial, sometimes not.
  12. sometimes the selection brush works, but most of the time it does not...
  13. When I start Affinity Photo for Windows and go via help to Tutorial, see some tutorials and then close them and go to Help..., affinity Photo crashes!
  14. Where is the CMD-key in Windows?
  15. I can print tiff-files straight from Affinity Photo and directly from Microsoft's picture viewer, but than I don't have the advanced options that Canon's Easy Photo Print EX offers...