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  1. Jeff, thank you, you just made my day. I did this, if someone needed it, and it works: "If your Tablet PC Settings are already in place you can just go to the Control Panel and search for Tablet PC Settings. Open these settings and click the Other tab and set the Handedness to Left-handed". Thank you, Steven
  2. Hello, after installation on the new computer (Windows) the tool list on the menu bar is displayed on the left. On the old computer it was normally underneath and on the right. It bothers me a bit at work. The same problem I have in Affinity Designer. The graphics card is the same. Can I change this to appear on the right side?
  3. Hi, here is my solution for Huion Tablet 1060 (Affinity Photo 1.6): 1. one Press Key I set for Alt +Right Mouse Button 2. next Press Key I set for Left Mouse Button And now when I press key 1, than key 2 and keep pressed together and I drag the pen horizontal or vertical, I can change the brush size and hardness in the fly.
  4. Here is my workflow concerning RAW rotation of NEF files (Nikon RAW) in Affinity Develop Persona. Firstly, I open a NEF folder in Nikon's ViewNX2 software, then I rotate all pictures in a folder as it is needed and afterwards I close the ViewNX2 (no export or so). Next when I open NEF images in Affinity Develop Persona all of them have the position I exactly need - horizontal or vertical, so than isn't necessary to rotate a picture. Hope this helps.
  5. Hi, I'm new here and I say Hello Guys :) After nearly 20 years work with Photoshop I must say bye bye - I have fallen in love with Affinity :) Very good job, many thanks to the staff. Here is my workflow concerning RAW rotation of NEF files (Nikon RAW) in Affinity Develop Persona. Firstly, I open a NEF folder in Nikon's ViewNX2 software, then I rotate all pictures in a folder as it is needed and afterwards I close the ViewNX2 (no export or so). Next when I open NEF images in Affinity Develop Persona all of them have the position I exactly need - horizontal or vertical, so than isn't necessary to rotate a picture. Hope this helps. Regards.
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