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  1. What if you copy the macros to a folder on your pc, e. g. downloads or documents, and try to import from there?
  2. @Loops Are all drivers up to date? Especially those for the graphics card (iGPU). Are the manufacturer's NVMe drivers or generic Microsoft drivers installed?
  3. You are using a Windows version that is no longer supported by Microsoft, then it is still a Windows Insider. Please update your system first.
  4. Please, read this: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/forum/76-report-a-bug-in-affinity-photo/
  5. WTF I can't find the option "convert to image resource" or similar in the (German) Windows version of Photo.
  6. The bleeding bug is under investigation by the devs. You now know how to open the administrative prompt Check if there are errors in the registry:Copy Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth by right-clicking and paste into the prompt by right-clicking. Scan data sets (partition) for errors Copy Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth with a right-click and paste it into the command prompt with a right-click. Scan Windows 10 for errors using Windows Update and have it repaired: Copy Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth with a right-click and paste it into the command prompt with a right-click.
  7. However, this is the only possible way to work with the programmes at the moment. 😟
  8. Hi, I changed the font to avoid problems with missing fonts. Yes, after embedding all the elements in the photo file and replacing them in the Publisher document, the image is blurred. Fairy_Tale_1_embedded.afphoto
  9. Can't see anything! Have you draged the zip file to the input box here? Which PDF preset profile did you use for the output?
  10. If the computer crashes often , then there is a misconfiguration of the hardware or/and the driver. If photo crashes often, it may be due to outdated drivers. Download latest Intel GPU driver
  11. I can't detect such a high lag either. What if you switch the renderer to WARP? The CPU is powerful enough for that. Even if it seems unbelievable, it could even be due to the timings of the RAM.
  12. @george++ My first recommendation is to update the Intel and the Nvidia drivers. Secondly, if you haven't already done so, disable the hardware acceleration in Affinity Photo. In the preferences you can also set the renderer. The Nvidia 1650 should be selected here. Since the PC only has 8 GB of RAM and a dedicated GPU, switching off the iGPU in the BIOS could also help. The iGPU then no longer uses part of the RAM.
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