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Roy Mathers

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  1. That's wonderful - thank you. One subsidiary question, if I may. Although I have changed the measurement criteria to millimetres, the resize box show inches. How do I change that please?
  2. I wonder if someone can help me please. I want to print a couple of photographs for insertion into a locket. As you can imagine, the finished size is very small (about 15mm square). I realise that I will have to print them on larger paper, but how to I keep them at the required size? I'm relatively new to Affinity Photo, so any help would be greatly appreciated.
  3. When I try to uninstall the program, it won't but instead says 'Invalid Drive (E;)'
  4. It looks as though it is looking for drive E, whereas the external hard drive is drive F and, as far as I know, always has been. I've no idea, however, how to change the drive letter.
  5. I've tried it five times, with the same result! If I could delete the whole thing and download from scratch, I would do that - but it won't let me (it just tells me 'Invalid drive').
  6. I go to the Properties panel all right, but it doesn't show any Digital Signatures tab!
  7. Hi. Thanks for your reply. In my Downloads folder, it is shown as 307,882 kB.
  8. Can somebody help please? I'm trying to download the latest update to my copy of Affinity Photo on my laptop (or, rather, the external hard disc attached to it). However, when I try to install it, it refuses and says 'Invalid path - it doesn't say what the path should be, no is there a way of selecting the path. I tried deleting the program and starting from scratch, but it won't let me do that. Has anyone any ideas? Thanks.
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