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  1. Does anybody know what these dropdown's are used for in 1.7.0? I can't seem to find anything about.
  2. You nailed it. After unchecking noise reduction it took about 4 seconds to develop. Thank you
  3. I am having performance problems with Affinity Photo 1.7.0 and I had to go back to 1.6.5 until Serif fixes issue. In the meantime, how do I disable the pop up notifying me that there is a new version available? It pops up every time I start Affinity Photo. I am running in a Windows environment.
  4. I'm having same issue. Please find attached videos and raw file. Under 1.6.5, it took 8 seconds to develop. Same file takes 27 seconds to develop under 1.7.0. I'm running Windows 10. Video Capture Affinity Photo 1.7.0.wmv Video Capture Affinity Photo 1.6.5.wmv CFJ_0430.NEF
  5. Found the link to previous versions for Windows: https://store.serif.com/en-us/update/windows/photo/1/
  6. I need to go back to 1.6.5 as well, but I'm using Windows 10. I'm having issues with the Develop Persona. Normally, it would take 8-10 seconds to develop an image. Now, it's taking 20-24 seconds for same.
  7. Mesquito

    100 percent enlargement

    Ctrl+0 = fills the work area, Ctrl+1 zooms to 100%
  8. Mesquito

    Affinity Photo for Windows - 1.7.0

    Thank you to Affinity and the development team. This product has really transformed my photo editing skills.
  9. I'm having an issue with the latest beta running on Windows 10. After running Epicsky macro, the program hangs when trying to expand the adjustment layers the macro created.
  10. Mesquito

    Mask misbehavior

    On the current release, I was able to recreate your problem on the provided file. It looks like you have a hidden selection somehow. But, after I hit Ctrl-D (Deselect) the problem disappeared.
  11. After I stepped away for a while and looked back at the photos , I realized that they still had a color cast after running the macro. Here's a better example adding some white balance as well as a curves adjustment after macro. I realize there is some additional tweaking you can do. It's not perfect, but it's the process that I find most useful for removing color casts from old photos. I hope it helps.
  12. Here is the macro that I use. Remove Color Cast.afmacro