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Tia Lapis

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  • Birthday 10/06/1974

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  1. The available hw is useless if the driver does not support OpenCL. Edit: It appears the Windows version uses DirectX 12. Does your card support it?
  2. Well 10.15 is from 2019. That's already a big backward compatibility. Old versions have to be left behind sometime as you can't ignore new os features for ages because of a few users of out of service os versions.
  3. If you are on macOS it sounds like you tried to save to a location where Affinity has not been allowed to write to. You could check this in the settings.app of macOS.
  4. My guess would be that DXF can't save most features from Designer.
  5. Yeah anything after "nothing planned for Linux" is kinda in vain...
  6. It may be as simple as not wanting to work on a Linux port. I for example would never do any coding for Windows.
  7. it is safe to say that Apple *PAYED* Xerox with Apple shares. The only one ripping off here was Microsoft.
  8. You forgetting the many API changes in the Kernel that break binary only programs very fast.
  9. Marketshare has no value if the people are not willing to pay for software.
  10. Developers hear customer wishes - But a good developer works at HIS program, he can integrate some wishes but many won't fit to the vision of the program so won't be implemented. This is good as without a vision you get a mountain of features without any coherence.
  11. Serif is not in a war with Adobe. They just use another licensing model. There are zero politics in it...
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