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    aaturner got a reaction from Aammppaa in Using CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT CLICK to select luminosity values   
    Yes, that works. Thank you, Aammppaa for your clarification. Truth be told I had not even thought of clicking on the thumbnail; I was busily clicking on the main image much as I would when using a selection tool! Not particularly intuitive; however, that's another splinter avoided as I slide down the banisters of life. Thanks again.
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    aaturner got a reaction from Saijin_Naib in 1.7.0.209 HSL luminance problem   
    Following earlier comment above and after further testing, it seems that the luminance anomaly arises when processing 32 bit images. When in 16 bit mode processing appears normal, with luminance slider performing as expected. 1.7.0.209 - NEF files.
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    aaturner got a reaction from PaulAffinity in Affinity Photo slow, stuttering and freezing on Windows 10   
    Thank You SrPx; excellent suggestion which I have acted upon. While "Merging Visible" takes a while, it only happens once, so I do it when on a coffee break! Incidentally, pressing shift/ctrl/alt - E simultaneously achieves the same result. The important thing is to remember to disable the filters below the new pixel layer.
    Thanks for pointing me in the right direction; purchase of quantum computer is now on hold.
    PD: at 76 I'm still learning! 
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    aaturner got a reaction from PaulAffinity in Affinity Photo slow, stuttering and freezing on Windows 10   
    Thank You SrPx; excellent suggestion which I have acted upon. While "Merging Visible" takes a while, it only happens once, so I do it when on a coffee break! Incidentally, pressing shift/ctrl/alt - E simultaneously achieves the same result. The important thing is to remember to disable the filters below the new pixel layer.
    Thanks for pointing me in the right direction; purchase of quantum computer is now on hold.
    PD: at 76 I'm still learning! 
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    aaturner reacted to SrPx in Affinity Photo slow, stuttering and freezing on Windows 10   
    Meanwhile it gets improved or you getting a quantum computer, might be used the trick of using "merge visible" extra layer + deactivating the actual filters (not deleting  them). It is very well explained in this (recent) tutorial linked below. Tip number 3, I'm linking directly to that very moment, to make it faster for you  :
    https://youtu.be/eL9uAr7LSvU?t=148
    Can be particularly useful specially with those live filters you are definitely happy with, and so can use a "rasterized" approach from them on, and if you need fine tune those for whatever reason in a certain moment, you can always reactivate and finetune just that. But don't need to have that live processing all the time.... My 2c.
    PD: the difference is perhaps merging (in a similar way, using merge visible extra layer), but not deleting the live group, just deactivating those.
    PD 2 : I'm a pro  :p   
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    aaturner got a reaction from triton1970 in AP 1.5.0.45 full release - Raw (NEF) tone curve   
    Hi pauls. Afraid not; I have tried developing in 16 bit rgb, no tone curve and 32 bit rgb with the same result except for the fact that the last two appear darker and "muddier" than the 16 bit rgb version. Hope a solution is found shortly.
     
    Thanks.
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    aaturner got a reaction from Rafal in RC2 (.45) Does not play well with Wacom tablet   
    Am using Wacom Intuos pro. Dodging and burning with mouse works ok, although a bit laggy and jerky. However, if trying to use tablet, cursor shows arrow rather than brush and although it "paints", it does so very slowly and with significant lag.
     
    Scrolling and panning with the tablet is also hit and miss and occasionally just does not respond. Same action with the mouse works fine.
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