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Paradise33

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  1. Miromike if you are stuck not seeing thumbnails in ACDsee you might want to try Photools iMatch DAM Thumbnails work for beta and release. Which makes me think it might be a ACDsee glitch rather than a Affinity one.
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    RAW Development issue (1.7.0.231)

    Also noticed that the histograms are different between 1.6.5.123 and 1.7.0.231 The white coloured graph is missing on 1.7 edition which I use to set my blackpoints.
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    Help file & booklet

    Booklet can be found bottom right side - Control P
  4. Title, Caption and Photographer Copyright - all items that generally go with an image and prone to incorrectness when manually done. Big time saver!
  5. With my (windows) DAM - IMatch I can just drag and drop into the desired picture frame tool. The only improvement on that (for me) would be to allow linking as a default Works well with File Explorer as well.
  6. Its third party but works seamlessly with AP & DP - Imatch www.photools.com
  7. Can't go past Imatch - www.photools.com Works fantastic with AP & AD - shows thumbnails for those files. The best supported software on earth. Different work flow than Lightroom but I find it more logical.
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    Data merge

    +1 Data merge from spreadsheets is a must have!
  9. +1 for this - a very useful feature
  10. Paradise33

    What DAM do you use?

    Been through a few DAM's but IMatch by photools.com is by far the most versatile. It may be developed by a small company but the developments and improvements over the last few years have been outstanding. Find something missing for your workflow! A post to the features section of the forum and chances are the developer will incorporate it very quickly. If only all software companies were so fluid and listened to their customers needs.
  11. Enjoying using Affinity Photo but one feature i miss from Lightroom is the ability to use a grid scan of an image with the Navigator to check for scanner/sensor dust spots. In Lightroom you zoom into the level required and place the Navigator top left - then using the page down/up key it covers the image in a grid. Great for double checking for dust. http://kelbytv.com/thelightroomshow/2015/02/20/the-lightroom-show-ep-2-our-second-show/ at approx. 2.30 is the tip
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