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  1. A total shut down and re-boot seems to have cleared the problem for now, but thanks for your support.
  2. Just found that another program I use (Fotomagico) which have been using for years also does not respond the 'Command S' save keyboard shortcut, looks like this may not be just and Affinity issue.
  3. Not sure I fully understand the 'menu utilities' and what that encompasses, I have not installed any third party small programs like the ones you have mentioned other than a Xerox printer driver.
  4. My normal 'Apple' keyboard shortcuts like Command Save and others no longer work in Affinity Photo, they still work in with non Affinity programs. This has happened recently - see X against the shortcut fields in preferences window on attached image. Mac OS 11.6 and AP 1.10.3
  5. MEB - This morning I tried moving the Adjustment palette again, this time I left it docked to the left of the working area and it seems to be working. As a right handed person its not what I would choose, but it will do until Affinity fixes the problem - see attachment. Thanks again.
  6. Did as you asked, negative result. Tried deleting the palette and opening again, moved it to various locations and redocked and negative again. Is this a general problem with Affinity/Big Sur or a problem across the OS spectrum.
  7. As stated previously, it does not work on my Big Sur system, I have to use the menu or the icon at the bottom of the layer palette. I have been informed by AffinitySupport that it is a known issue and will be rectified in the next upgrade, lets hope that is soon. I work swiftly with open palettes and although the workaround is easy enough to do, when you have to do it dozens of times a day it is a pain. See my attached open palettes image.
  8. I purchased it from the Apple Store, at the time there was no alternative.
  9. How do you go about doing that if you do not have a copy of 1.8.5, I cannot find a download for this older version on the Affinity site.
  10. We seem to have established that some of us think the new 'default' double click to get an adjustment dialog to show is not an improvement. In my case even more so as it does not work on my AP, has anyone any idea how I can fix it so it does work?
  11. AP 1.9.0 - This new way of opening an adjustment dialog does not work on my Affinity Photo, I managed to get one adjustment dialog (Brightness/Contrast) to do it once, after that is would not do it again. I have gone through all of the adjustments and it does not work at all on any of them. Also, on the previous version one click on the Adjustment Levels brought up the adjustment dialog, this new system (which does not work for me) requires two clicks before throwing up the adjustment dialog, this is less efficient. However, I will settle for the new working indirect click system if it can be solved.
  12. Mac OS Big Sur 11.2 - yes, when I click on Levels in the Adjustment panel (what I call a floating palette) it no longer throws up the slider window - see attachment. Using the icon on the layers palatte is better than using the menu, but not as effecient as clicking on the Adjustments palette. I have rebooted Affinity to no effect and will now try rebooting the computer to see if it clears.
  13. I have the same issue, but this has not solved the fact that in my Adjustments palette its not generating an adjustment window as it used to do. I would just click on say 'Levels' in the Adjustments palette and up would pop the window with the adjustment sliders etc. I can only now access that window by going to Menu> Layer> New Adjustmant Layer> Levels, which is long winded and its the same with all the Adjustment facilities. Not sure I understand the Presets advice.
  14. I have found an unusual work-around for 'Speech' text reading in Affinity, this works in all three programs. Highlite the text you wish to be spoken aloud Press keyboard Option and Esc together and let go Then press F1 - on my keyboard 'Copy' is configured as key F1 It will then read aloud the text. Strange set of key strokes, but it works for me.
  15. I read all the threads about the problems launching Affinity programs, in my case a really slow launch/opening since I upgraded to Mac OS Big Sur. To cut to the quick, is this something Apple will fix soon or is it an Affinity problem?
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