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  1. I know there are more important things to fix/implement in AP, but this is really annoying for me. You don't have to be different from "that other app" in this :-)
  2. Same here with the last release version on Windows 10. Doing nothing, just marching ants, AP uses about 20% CPU.
  3. I understand that it's not an option to change the default TIF extension from .TIFF to .TIF (because .TIFF is a standard?). In my case all other applications I use save as .tif. It would be helpful to at least add a .tif filter to the AP export dialog so that files with both extensions are visible in the window, currently the window is always empty :) (See attached screenshot). Thanks for consideration.
  4. I'll repeat myself, but I think it should be changed. Just do it like Photoshop - saving newly created file defaults to the last used folder, saving already existing file should use the original file location.
  5. AP does the same. I suggested the change to the "standard" behavior two times already and I'm quite sure someone did before me. I hope they change it in some future release, because it is really annoying.
  6. Thanks Alfred, that's what I needed.
  7. How do I do this in the latest Photo version? I need to view two documents side by side.
  8. A few issues I (still) have: 1. This is not fixed: https://affinity.ser...-all-exif-data/ 2. Still uses LZW for 16bit TIF, no options. 3. The Save/export dialog doesn't reflect original file location. 4. TIF extension is *.TIFF, no option for *.TIF And a new one is the "Error importing brushes", m850 mentioned above, after drag&drop a file into AP. The error does not appear after opening the file using File-Open command.
  9. Yes it is, the NEF files contain a full resolution BASIC quality JPG preview.
  10. A few issues I have: 1. This is not fixed: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/35335-saving-file-removes-all-exif-data/ 2. Still uses LZW for 16bit TIF, no options. 3. The Save/export dialog doesn't reflect original file location. 4. TIF extension is *.TIFF, no option for *.TIF
  11. +1 for changing the default TIFF extension to .tif
  12. It depends on file contents and compression. A pure white one layer tif file of those dimensions can be 3 MB compressed and 323 MB uncompressed.
  13. It's the LZW compression, it's good for 8bit images, but if you use it on 16bit image, the file usually gets larger than uncompressed file.