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manu schwendener

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  1. > Of course, with an uncalibrated screen what you'll end receiving from the printers will be a mystery until you open the box Not a question, just to add: I'm on a MacBook Pro 13-inch with retina display (early 2015), Intel Iris Graphics 6100 1536 MB While there is a calibration menu (System preferences - Displays - Colour - Calibrate), all I can change is the Target White Point. Edit: found out how to get to a few more options: https://photo.stackexchange.com/questions/101176/how-can-i-best-calibrate-my-macbook-pro-display-using-built-in-free-or-inexpens
  2. Photo. And yes, I'll try that, thank you. (What I meant was: do I _also_ use the Softproof? And under Document, do I use 'Assign ICC Profile' or ''Convert Format / ICC Profile' or both?)
  3. > one hand tied behind your back Thank you BofG for your honesty. I'll look into calibration again, then.. > ther's no 'Colour' tab Thank you, Walt. Yes, the Colour tab is to the right of the photo (the other tabs next to it are Histogram, Swatches and Brushes). My problem is that I don't know where I need to apply the ICC profile.
  4. Hi I've been using moo.co.uk for making postcards from my photos for many years. They allow me to have as many different photos on the front as I have cards in a pack. I haven't seen any other company offer that, or I would probably just switch now. They recently removed the option "picture enhancement", which worked really well for my photos. The first batch of cards that arrived now has less contrast and less shadow correction than the earlier versions. I have not reached out to their support yet, but will of course. https://support.moo.com/hc/en-us/articles/360035605391-Dull-or-dar
  5. Oooh, I see a promising development in Beta! 1. I crop 2. I click the crop icon again - this lets me move the crop area around the original photo, but keeps the lines of my first crop discreetly visible 3. When I press enter the second crop gets applied and the discreet lines of the first crop disappear 4. Cmd&z goes back crop by crop = I jump from 3. back to 1. For this to be perfect, cmd&z would behave like this: – I'm at step 3 = I have done my second crop – cmd&z only undoes my last action , which was pressing enter. Result: - my last crop is undone
  6. This should not be in the thread archive, as it is not fixed yet. Do I need to start a new thread in https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/forum/19-photo-beta-on-mac/ that links here?
  7. Thank you, MEB (Beta 1.8. not public yet, as far as I see, so I can't go test myself.)
  8. "Sorry this regressed with 1.7 - we'll get it fixed this week." Glad to hear ;P
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