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  1. It starts immediately. Process takes about 30 seconds. After launch:
  2. It would not be the easiest solution to give the user the option to choose the default extension in the "export settings" dialog? Developers would then have a good night's sleep and satisfied users.
  3. ReliefDesigner. I use an un maintained version from 2012. Unfortunately, some software (on Windows) first tests the ext. and then the content.
  4. I was hoping that the application could save the last used format extension. Or there would be an option to change the default extensions in the settings. But also displaying tiff and tif together is a super improvement.
  5. How does this work? Please. (I always need to save TIFF formats with * .tif extension.)
  6. CPU: i5 10600 3.3 GHz, RAM: 16 GB Results are lower than in previous version. (Maybe.)
  7. CPU: i5 10600 3.3 GHz RAM: 16 GB GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER VENTUS XS OC
  8. I can't open a 16bit grayscale TIF file. The Photo crashes without messages. circle.tif
  9. Hi. It would be great if you added the setting "the default folder to export is the current image folder". Please.
  10. Intel Core i7 860 2.80GHz (4 cores, 8 threads) DDR3 2x8 GB 2400 MHz GeForce GTX 560 (MSI) 1GB (GDDR 5) Windows 10 (ver.: 2004) (2010) 😉
  11. Serif solved it correctly. For further changes, the ratio would be distorted.
  12. This font (EuroRoman Oblique) is not rendered correctly in Affinity Photo.
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