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  1. Hi Sean, Appreciate your response. I hear what you're saying. Clearing the cache alone doesn't work. It's a bit more involved. Like anything its easy when you know how. Just in case others have the same issue, open terminal and paste in the lines below one at a time then restart sorted. sudo find /private/var/folders/ -name com.apple.dock.iconcache -exec rm {} \; sudo find /private/var/folders/ -name com.apple.iconservices -exec rm -rf {} \; sudo rm -rf /Library/Caches/com.apple.iconservices.store Regards
  2. Hi, I am having problems since upgrading to your latest version of Affinity designer and photo. I'm using a Macbook Pro Retina with yosemite 10.10.5 Whenever my system crashes I have never had any problems with the Dock icons getting corrupted. The icons corruption only started happening once I upgraded affinity. Your probably wondering how do I know its affinity is causing this issue. Well the new affinity logo becomes an over stretched looking version and that is what all my dock icons items look like. I have attached a screen shot so you can see what I am saying. Its quite annoying as the first time this happened it took me absolute ages to find a way to reset my icons back. Please advise. Regards Martin
  3. Hi, I have the exact same problem as Kal, from day one using affinity. Not using thunderbolt, I have tried to reset NVRAM. SMC & PRAM. Hardware & OS, MBR 13" Early 2015, Yosemite 10.10 ‚ÄčThis problem only happens with both affinity products, in my case Designer 1.5.5 and photo 1.5.2. I do not have this issues with other graphical based applications like Final Cut Pro, Motion & Compressor. In fact no other applications that I'm running has this quirk. Very interested to find out what the solution would be. Regards