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  1. Anybody figured out how to use it with AP? In "Files" I can't create a new folder In AP I can't export to a custom of AP's own folder because it doesn't exist When I export to a different folder, in my case, ArtStudio iOS, it says "file doesn't exist". And the entire folder simply disappear from the on iPad directory When it doesn't disappear and I click on it, it opens an app associated with the app. So it doesn't open. AP still doesn't have a simple "Save as" feature. Outstanding job, Apple!
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    Reading back .afphoto files

    Tried to save more space on my iPad, moved all AP master files to Google drive. Can't bring them back to the program. Import shows only .psd files. I'd like to be able to save .afphoto files to the cloud with history and be able to bring them back if needed. ideas?
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    Pixelmator Pro

    We don't need freakin machines to think for us. We need a stable and capable app. Pixelmator on iPad is not even in the same league with AP, regardless of its popularity. Having 90% of the revenue stream coming from upgrades is frustrating. It turned Adobe into a landlord. Especially when it's hard to imagine what else can be upgraded. Adding some bogus features will not help. What else do you want automated? Automatic characters removal? Like former spouses or girlfriends. Turning sunsets into sun dawns? making color "nicer' automatically?
  4. Just the ability to customize the UI toolbox would be sufficient. Say, adding a customized persona and removing all others. For example, I don't need 50% of the things in AP today, but not having Dodge and Burn as two different icons TOGETHER drive me insane, since I use them intermittently. Same with having to go to a different persona to delete the selected area. A simple ALT button in the bottom left corner together with the pencil click, bringing options would be easier to implement, I guess.
  5. It needs progress bar for every process. With the ability to abort it.
  6. I share your frustration, having lost few hours of work (and a good artwork too). Autosave didn't save all latest edits of course. Don't know why. To me, the most important question of them all (and defining whether I'll buy a new Pro 2017 or stay with my Pro 2016) is whether this is simply AP code related thing, or iOS with the existing hardware are not capable of the professional level work. Meaning very high-res files with many layers. Some people say it's much better on iOS 11, but I have too many other things to experiment with Beta.
  7. Correct me if I'm wrong. To remove the background (and this is THE most common task of any work) one has to go to the selection persona, do the selection magic with refinement, etc., two-finger tap to invert the selection, switch to developers persona, two-finger tap and delete the selected area. How intuitive is this? I can't fathom what UX considerations were used to create such flow. I can understand that so many selection tools drove them into a separate persona, but why does one have to go back to dev. to delete (cut, copy, paste) what's selected?
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    Customizable Workspace

    This is absolutely essential because in the day-to-day work everybody uses 30-40% of the features only. Some features one may never use at all. Then it becomes the clutter. Here is an example: I use dodge and burn brushes all the time intermittently. Now, why do I have to have one icon slot for both of them? To save room for other icons, I rarely use? LIke cropping for example. How many time do you crop your artwork? Once, twice? This is UX 101.
  9. One out of 2 times the app is crashing on opening a photo from the Photos. iPad Pro 2016.
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    Customizable Workspace

    + 1. There are so many things I could go without, so if I could only "uncheck" them.
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    Crashing, crashing, crashing.

    I wonder if iPad Pro is even capable of handling super high res. files with many layers. Other programs simply limit the max. resolution and layers.
  12. I think it was asked for in the AP desktop forum, but this would be a very welcome feature on iPad. This is especially important to anybody working on motion and animation.
  13. Some operations take very long time to calculate (zoom blur, for example, takes forever on iPad. I ended up restarting AP and losing unsaved changes along the way). Should be a way to abort (cancel) the action. A progress bar would help too.
  14. Many filters and brushes have dials (opacity, strength, flow, scale, etc.) While with brushes it's not that critical, with a filter it's very important to be able to return to 100% with just one click rather than going around it with the pencil. Maybe a dot in the middle or tap on the percentage.
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