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  1. New update is in apple store today. I can confirm the tiff import is now working. In future, I will not be the guinea pig.
  2. Good to know I am not alone, and not my ipad.
  3. I posted this message in the iPad help forum, but thought that it may be more appropriate here, sorry for the double post. “Just updated to 1.6.11.85 on iPad Pro 10.5. i can no longer load tiff file. It was working all along, but it loaded a tiff file as raw file. The tiff file was created from my Fuji X-E3 compressed, which AP does not support. But it was loading the tiff file before the update. On a tiff file that was developed as a tiff, and is still in AP, it cannot be loaded any more, showing “error loading...” How can I go back to the previous revision?” Please help, as I am now forced to use my jpeg files, since AP cannot open my raw files, and now cannot open tiff.
  4. Just updated to 1.6.11.85 on iPad Pro 10.5. i can no longer load tiff file. It was working all along, but it loaded a tiff file as raw file. The tiff file was created from my Fuji X-E3 compressed, which AP does not support. But it was loading the tiff file before the update. On a tiff file that was developed as a tiff, and is still in AP, it cannot be loaded any more, showing “error loading...” How can I go back to the previous revision?
  5. I import using apple's sd card reader into Apple's Photo stream. In AP I use "import from photos", and it shows all my files with "raw" clearly designated.
  6. Still cannot open Fujifilm compressed file. Why is it AP do not develop its own raw routine (like other software such as LR, darktable, rawtherapee), but instead depend on IOS 12?
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    How to reduce AP storage

    I have done it on every photos that I have edited. But the AP storage as shown in settings is over 60 GB.
  8. My workflow includes downloading a photo from desktop hdd to AP, edit the photo, export edited photo back to desktop, deleted the edited photo on AP. I have processed a few hundred photos this way. Now, my iPad storage (from settings, storage) shows that AP has 60 GB of documents and data usage (I have not saved any photos on AP). In a past situation like this, I deleted AP completely, and reinstall it again, to get rid of the high storage usage. is there a more appropriate way to reduce the storage usage?
  9. I like this update. Now I have all the correct exif data. Still waiting for the compressed raw on Fujifilm X-E3.
  10. Krist

    Apple App Store updates

    I got the update last night, but I am on IOS 12. Nice update. Finally I got all the correct exif data. Still waiting for the compressed raw on Fujifilm X-E3.
  11. I use FileExplorer:File Manager from the app store. It is similar to Readle. They are both free, but I find FileExplorer(FE) most appropriate for connecting to desktop. Here is how I do edit on my AF and send results to desktop: 1. Setup a shared folder on desktop (I use linux, but should work on win 10 or mac) 2. Open FE touch the + sign on the menu and choose the connection you want (in my cae Linux). A list of connections in your network is presented on the bottom, choose whatever is correct, linux, windows 10, or mac, etc. 3. Sign into your chosen desktop. You will see the shared folder you have created. You can find the photo files (but you must share it) and choose a single photo. It will download to ipad. Touch the right top export icon, and choose Open IN, and choose AP. 4. Do editing on AP. Touch file, and export. I choose to export jpeg file. Then touch share. Find the FE icon and touch it. It will present a Save to screen. Choose the icon where your desktop is in. Find your desktop shared file, and save it. You can choose other shared folders to save it to as well. This is my workflow, and it works nicely, albeit a bit complicated, but it is bearable.
  12. We need a painless way of exporting edited photos in a project, and then delete the whole project file. The way it is, we need to export edited photos one at a time, and delete it one at a time. Developers, please make it as painless as possible. Here is a link to the discussion..
  13. I have the same issue. I use an iPad Pro. I have to export to a local file in iPad, one by one as I finish the edit. When I get home, I can upload the whole directory with the edited files to my desktop. Deleting the project files are a pain, as you said. I ended up deleting Affinity and reinstalling it. I’ll use the link to ask for improvement as well. Please look for the link and include you request.
  14. Krist

    Affinity Photo for iPad - 1.6.7

    Hi MEB I opened AP, and click + and then click “import from camera”. AP exits to my iPad Pro, cannot connect to the iPad camera. ok no problem, I have to turn the camera on in settings for AP.
  15. Krist

    Affinity Photo for iPad - 1.6.7

    Hi MEB I finally updated to 1.6.7.76. But it still cannot open compressed raw file from “import from photos”. Have I done something wrong or this feature is still not available?
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